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For everyone planning to do this year's Classic, you should be in the middle of long days of training by now. It's almost impossible to overtrain for the Classic because the long, slow days that are necessary are self-limiting. So train hard. Harder than you think you should. Add another five miles onto your day and see what happens. Go for an extra hour. Throw an extra liter of water into your pack to add more weight.
If you think you're exhausted after two back to back 12 hour training days imagine how you'll feel after four back to back fifteen hour days when you're doing the race. In other words, suck it up, bro because no matter how much training you do, you're going to feel out of your element and stressed when the race starts.
Above all, be safe. It's possible to push the envelope and still come back home at the end of the day. Cheers.