The Olympic skier talks German Volume Training, his go-to indulgences, and more.
But he suffered a few setbacks at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. With a broken thumb and a painful hematoma that caused bruising and swelling from his knee to his hip, he finished in 12th place. “Had I not been at the Olympics, there’s no way I would have been skiing,” Kenworthy, now 26, says.
Since returning from South Korea in February, the Telluride, Colorado native has taken the longest break from the sport since he turned pro. He talked to Furthermore about his new ski-free training regimen, his lack of a strict diet, and his next big fitness challenge.