Kim Vinet is a skier, an earth scientist and a public speaker. As we enter the crazy holidays here in the U.S., I hope this episode will serve as a reminder to value what matters. Kim lives in Revelstoke, BC with her husband and two dogs. She is a sponsored athlete and competitive freerider on the Freeride […]
Stories of outdoor active professionals, entrepreneurs, CEOs and athletes who are pushing boundaries and redefining how we do life and business: on our own terms.
Our story impacts how we show up in the world. Think about that. You might think you don't have an interesting story to tell but you do. We don't have to be founders of tech giants and global brands. We define what success means to us and we live it. By doing things that fulfill us while striving for more and kicking ass, but having fun along the way. We fill our lives with adventure (another word we get to define for ourselves and not compare to others) and we push ourselves physically and mentally, to overcome obstacles that make achievement that much sweeter.
This show is for us. Listen in and gear up for what's next:
“Letting go of the tendency we have to want things to be different, allowing things to be as they are and allowing yourself to be as you are…” Jon Kabat Zinn on the mindfulness. I began a meditation practice almost two years ago. I had always been curious about meditation but I had been experiencing, […]
I wanted to have Janette on the show because she has come up in conversation about three previous episodes, all by guests mentioning Janette as a huge influence on them. For example, that’s Ash Bocast of Roam Events in the teaser quote at the top of the episode. Before even talking to her, it was clear she subscribes to the idea of women supporting each other and lifting each other up. Although we look at this through the lens of the mountain bike industry, it’s a great metaphor for life in general.
I am so excited to have this awesome and inspirational woman back on the show to talk about trail running in Europe. Rene Unser is a running coach and race director for a fantastic race series in Western Canada. She is now on the communications team for the Gore-Tex Trans Alpine Race, a race she […]
One of the many reasons I do this podcast is because it gives me the opportunity to speak to people who are living their version of success; defining how they want to do life. Brendan Leonard embodies this perfectly. His message is a reminder to each and every one of us pushing ourselves each day to be better and to do better, that there is joy in every day.
I worked very hard not to fangirl this interview. I hope I succeeded, but I was curious about a lot of things. First, of all, if you have not seen her and Jessie Diggins’ Olympic gold medal finish, I encourage you to check it out before you listen. It is off the hook dramatic and awesome!
Today we’re going to talk about ego and what fills that ego. For some it’s mountain bike racing, and for Amanda, it was. for awhile, until it wasn’t. And then one day, she decided she wanted to be the “bike Oprah” and she tweeted about that, and became integral to a huge bike giveaway. We discussed how one can use giving to fill a hole, perhaps the hole created by leaving racing.
Elinor Fish is the former editor of Trail Runner Magazine. She made the leap in 2010 from her career to start Wild Run Retreats with the mission to help people reduce stress and live a healthier life through mindful running.
Salomon asked runners from around the world to share their running dream trip. Over 3000 people applied but only one was chosen. Katie Adams, of Sandpoint, Idaho. Katie embarked on the trip with Emelie Forsberg and Ida Nilsson top female trail runners. They explored the Norwegian fjords and mountains by boat before setting off on foot and spending their days running from hut to hut.
a dream come true
Katie joins us in today’s episode.
It can take young adult cancer survivors a decade to get back into life after treatment. David Victorson is the founder of True North Treks. He, along with his family members and the team at TNT want to help young adults reconnect not only with themselves but also with nature after the most unnatural of treatments.