Sarah Rawley races pro in the enduro circuit, is the co-founder of Colorado’s first women’s only mountain bike race, the Yeti Beti Bike Bash, and the VIDA MTB Series, a women’s mountain bike clinic. She also has a full time job with Yeti Cycles.
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.
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The last time I did a big race which for me is 25k trail mountain run, I posted on instagram (are you following me on instagram by the way?) a photo of my favorite recovery meal – Hammer Nutrition Recoverite drink, strawberry flavored, and cheddar cheese flavored Kettle Chips. Today, we’ll learn why that’s not such an awesome idea, in case you thought it was.
Liam Fitzgerald’s former job sets the bar for stressful jobs. As the lead avalanche forecaster for the Utah Department of Transportation (and the Little Cottonwood Canyon Highway – you know, the road that leads up to Alta and Snowbird), every day, he decided whether it was safe enough for the public to drive up or […]
We all have these turning points in life where one small decision unknowingly leads to another and your path diverges from the one you had envisioned. Then, there are moments, shall we call them epiphanies? When you realize that turning point was in fact, a turning point. And that it was meant to be. Ashley […]
Some of you knew what you wanted to do with your life at a young age while others of us (me included) sort of wandered into it. I’ve always been envious of the people who took the straight line from A and B but as I get older, I realize there is something to be […]
Hi everyone, we are BACK. After taking the past two months off the show to take some time to interview new guests, I’m excited to bring you Episode 33. I have been having so much fun talking to outdoor active professionals and athletes about what makes them tick, how they overcome hurdles and make ideas […]
I have some new year, new you inspiration for you today! Ash started Roam Events with everything she had – her savings and retirement plan. She was literally all in. And she took some calculated risks along the way to bring something new to the market – women specific bike events held around the country […]
Mark Paulsen evolved his NFL career into a passion – developing nutritional supplements and fuels that not only improve athletic performance, but contribute to a long and productive life. He founded The Wilderness Athlete, the authority on Outdoor Performance Nutrition®, to accomplish this mission and he has a great deal of wisdom to drop on […]
What I love about Dan’s travel blog is that he’s not really a “travel blogger.” He’s a brand consultant with a travel problem; a problem we should all wish to have. “Cool places. Good food. Nice sheets” is his tagline. Because he travels so much for work, and now for pleasure as well, he has […]
Who wants to dream with me of skiing in faraway places? I have a long conversation with Tracey Creedon, an Australian-born ski guide based in Hokkaido, Japan and New Zealand. And Australia depending on the time of year. Tracey is a soul sister, so to speak, who loves snow as much, if not more, than […]