What did you do in the off season to put you in a position to win the Wake Games? I wouldn't call it off season. Like I said, I've actually worked really hard and just being focused and setting my priorities straight even when I don't want to do something. I've just been riding with Mike Ferraro. He's been a big impact on this win, and I owe him tons of thanks. I've been riding with him at least four days a week, and I've actually been going to The Projects and working with those guys out there, who are just amazing, at least three or four times a week. Then I've been riding at home every day. And I have a personal trainer that I've worked with in rehab. I actually hired them two months ago to come over a few times a week for private rehabilitation sessions to just keep the strength and everything going. It was a lot of time, effort, money and hard work, and a pain in the ass sometimes, to be honest, but in the end it's kind of what sets top athletes apart from just an average athlete.