Doing the (almost) impossible
We all know how being in "Krav Maga shape" is unlike any other. It's been about 2-3 years since I've gone to Krav and I intend to return this summer at age 21 (almost 22). I put Krav on hiatus at age 19 in Level 2 while in the best shape of my young life with more or less enough classes to test for the Level 3. Since I left, I've kept in shape through cardio and lifting at my college's gym. Until the end of June, when I return, I will be running, attending IKMF courses on the East Coast, and doing my best to challenge myself.
I've set for myself a summer goal, which might seem impossible, but I'm determined to fulfill it: To return to Krav, and while doing so, attend 1-2 classes a day and ~2 private sessions a week to brush up on Level 1 and Level 2 material, and be in good enough shape to test for Level 3 within a month and a half and return to college accomplished.
It's ambitious, but it's a goal I'm determined to achieve. It's not going to be easy, but assuming I can bypass the bureaucracy, it will get done. Does anybody have any words of wisdom/inspiration/advice for me as I pursue this endeavor?