Today we have an exciting IN PERSON INTERVIEW with Jacob Covey! He is Hunter's cousin-in-law and joins to talk playoff baseball, the Mariners current surge and the Seahawks after 2 weeks of the NFL season. Visit our Facebook group called THE CLIMBERS as we have a huge group of fans on a special Facebook page, just for you! This episode is brought to you by Rugged Roots. We partnered up with Rugged Roots, the BEST in beard grooming products! Visit their website Ruggedroots.com and try our promo code, specifically made for our listeners LADDER20 for 20% off! Visit our new apparel partner, The Great PNW and use code CLIMB20 for 20% off your order at thegreatpnw.com. We are always presented by the Washed Up Network! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and Vurbl, and watch on YouTube! As always, let's Climb The Ladder!
In 2017, Alex Honnold did what even the world's best rock climbers thought was impossible. He climbed to the top of El Capitan– a granite rock mountain more than 3,000 feet high– without a rope, harness, or net. His audacious feat was the subject of the Oscar-winning documentary “Free Solo,” and it left Adam with some burning questions about what we can learn from his unique approach to managing fear. Alex opens up about how he regulates his emotions when he's hanging on by just a few fingers, what still scares him, and how he stays motivated to pursue ambitious goals. For the full text transcript, visit go.ted.com/RWAG2
Today's guest is Eliza Kerr from Yosemite, California. Eliza has been leading people on adventures in the outdoors for more than 30 years in Tibet, Nepal, Alaska, Colorado, and Yosemite. She is a leading light, climber, surfer, yogi, guide, mom, and just an awesome soul. Her story is about a connection with the outdoors in both body and mind.Eliza is also the co-founder of Balanced Rock whose mission is to inspire health and wellbeing through deepening connection to nature and spirit through workshops, trips, and community programs. She is a certified Ayurvedic specialist and practices Ayurvedic medicine in Yosemite.In this episode, Sylvia and Eliza discuss Eliza's transition from the midwest to Yosemite, how her studies in Nepal influenced her life journey, risk versus reward in adventure sports, recovering from severe injuries, building a tribe of strong women, and much more. Topics Include: - Facing fear as a climber - Connecting with our authentic selves- Processing the death of loved ones- The birth of Balanced Rock- Moonstone Retreat Center- Living a life of kindness and gratitude- Detaching from the digital world- And other topics...Eliza Kerr has been living in Yosemite since graduating Phi Beta Kappa from UC Berkeley in Conservation and Resource Studies in 1993. She has been leading people on adventures in the outdoors since 1989, working for NatureBridge (formerly Yosemite Institute), Outward Bound in Colorado and Alaska, Where There Be Dragons in Tibet, and Wild Women Workshops in Alaska and Yosemite. Eliza co-founded Balanced Rock in 2007 and since then has served as an instructor. She has served as both President and Vice President of the Board of Directors.Eliza first discovered yoga in 1991 while living and studying in Nepal and India. Since then, she has been a passionate practitioner, studying a variety of styles including Iyengar, Bikkurim, and Ashtanga with Pattabhi Jois and her primary teacher, Richard Freeman. Eliza has been teaching a blend of these styles in Yosemite since 1995 with an emphasis on breath, flow, and joy. She was certified as a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist from the California College of Ayurveda in 2000 and also holds Ayurvedic certificates from the American Institute of Vedic Studies, Rishikesh College of Ayurveda, the Kripalu School of Ayurveda, and the Ayurvedic Institute. She is currently practicing Ayurvedic medicine in Yosemite.Resources Mentioned:http://balancedrock.orghttp://elizakerr.comStay Connected:Signup for AIR BORN, our monthly newsletter! A letter from Sylvia will show up in your inbox, with links to her latest conversations and insights.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: https://www.whenwomenfly.com/Socials: @whenwomenfly
A service of remembrance and celebration for Queen Elizabeth II. Also, Generation Next, a story about a young musician whose making a difference within classical music. Plus, Sisterhood— Sheinelle Jones talks to a group of students who are breaking barriers in the sport of rock climbing. And, Cooking with Cal— Dylan Dreyer shares her family favorite Chicken Piccata recipe.
In this episode, I talk all about what to eat at the crag and the couple days before going to the crag so that you can have all-day energy and climb hard. I know it's tempting to just not eat all day at the crag so you can feel “light” and climb hard, but the truth is that we need food at regular intervals every day, especially when we're trying to perform athletically at a high level. So I'll tell you what foods to pack in with you, what kinds of nutrients to focus on, and how to structure your day so it feels doable to get all the food you need. Not only will this help your performance on that day, but it'll also help you recover better so you don't feel like you got hit by a truck the next day. This is a recording taken from a 5-day nutrition challenge I did in 2020 in front of a live zoom audience. I talked for about 15 minutes on the topic and then took a bunch of questions from the audience (very common questions, so they're quite relevant). Nutrition Podcast Episodes in This Series TBP 209 :: Calories for Climbing Performance and Body Composition TBP 190 :: Meal Timing for Climbing Performance and Recovery TBP 184 :: Carbs for Climbers – How Much, What Kind, Timing, and Why TBP 175 :: Protein for Climbers 101 – How Much, What Kind, Timing, and Why A Little about Me After completing my Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Zoology at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, I did a 4-year nutrition certificate program at Seven Bowls School of Nutrition, Nourishment, and Healing. I graduated in 2007 as a Certified Integrative Clinical Nutrition Therapist. During those 4 years, I learned about not only nutrition, but herbs, homeopathy, and other alternative practices. I've been seeing clients since 2007 and I've worked exclusively with climbers since 2013. Nutrition Coaching with Me If you're looking for help with your own nutrition and you feel like you need personalized coaching, I'm taking new clients right now. I also have a program that is self-paced with 4+ hours of video from me, PDF's, and meal plans laid out for you. LEARN MORE ABOUT MY NUTRITION OFFERINGS
(Lander, WY) – Sophie Barksdale, with Wind River Pride, and Ami Vincent, the community officer with the LOR Foundation, recently stopped by KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time to chat with host Vince Tropea about an upcoming screening they have helped organize, for a documentary called "They/Them: One Climber's Story." The film, which will screen this Thursday, September 15, 7:30 PM, in the Carnegie Room at the Lander Library, tells the story of Lor Sabourin, a trans climber, "on a journey to piece together one of the hardest and most inspiring routes of their life" while climbing in the sandstone canyons of northern Arizona. For more information about the screening, check out the Coffee Time interview with Barksdale and Vince below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.
It is the most wonderful time of the year, and no we're not talking about Christmas! We are in the final weeks of the MLB season, College Football continues to be amazing and NFL Week 1 is here! A full slate of games on Saturday and Sunday made for a great weekend! We are also less than one week away from co-host Duncan's wedding on September 17th! Tune in to hear the preview! Visit our Facebook group called THE CLIMBERS as we have a huge group of fans on a special Facebook page, just for you! This episode is brought to you by Rugged Roots. We partnered up with Rugged Roots, the BEST in beard grooming products! Visit their website Ruggedroots.com and try our promo code, specifically made for our listeners LADDER20 for 20% off! Visit our new apparel partner, The Great PNW and use code CLIMB20 for 20% off your order at thegreatpnw.com. We are always presented by the Washed Up Network! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and Vurbl, and watch on YouTube! As always, let's Climb The Ladder!
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Natasha Barnes, a chiropractor, lifelong climber, and nationally ranked powerlifter, to discuss rehab, training, and injury prevention for climbers. --- Dr. Natasha Barnes, DC specializes in helping climbers rehab climbing-related injuries. She has been climbing for 23 years and powerlifting for 9. She was a 2005 National Bouldering Champion, has competed in the World Cup circuit, and has climbed V11/5.13d. She is a nationally ranked powerlifter and holds current California state powerlifting records. She has squatted 320, benched 187, and deadlifted 385. She has over 10 years of experience helping climbers overcome climbing-related injuries and is considered one of the leading experts on climbing-related injuries, rehabilitation, and strength training for climbers. Website: https://natashabarnesrehab.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natashabarnes Other Resources: https://www.climbstrong.com/ https://thenuggetclimbing.com/ --- More about us: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/E3Rehab Website: https://e3rehab.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/e3rehab/ --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
Mike's is a story of evolution from doing the brashest of things climbing and skiing 5,000–8,000-meter peaks (always within their ability and the bounds of good decision making according to Mike) to recognizing that commitment to the moment, the little things and being a great teammate were the victories and not the very top.
We're heading back to school with DoaM! Pick up your course schedule from your advisors James & Sanchez and find out what games will make up the perfect DoaM curriculum. Also recent plays of Battlestar Galactica, Locomotive Werks, and Rapido. Enjoy the show! (:35) Fall is here (?) (2:48) New Patrons, Tichu Tourney, Age of Steam Con (6:30) Battlestar Galactica (17:07) Rapido (22:05) Locomotive Werks (30:54) The Climbers (38:56) Main Topic: DoaM High School Curriculum http://www.dadsonamap.com Support the Show - Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dadsonamap Twitter and Instagram - @dadsonamap BGG Guild - http://tiny.cc/DoaMGuild Merch Store - https://teespring.com/stores/dads-on-a-map Contact us at email@example.com
Shawna is a pretty amazing rock-climber and somehow this has a lot to do with how much God delights in us : ) Then, Perry’s son Taylor caught the message growing up that he had to earn God’s love. In college it nearly caused him to reject his faith. Instead he leaned into the suffering and doubt. Next, one day all the earth will shout for joy to the Lord. What if we could bring a little bit of that into right now? Then, Middleville was reeling after the suicide of one of their teens, and so Shawna went to the football field to pray. That’s when God did something in her heart she didn’t expect. Last, in Perry’s journey he has wrestled with fears of being kicked out of God’s forever family. But the struggle has deepened his faith and has given him more confidence in God’s love. He shares some hard won lessons.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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We bring you episode 115 today after Week 1 of College Football! With 30 games left of the MLB season, it's a tight race and we review the playoff standings. NFL season kicks off and we definitely won't be bored until February! Visit our Facebook group called THE CLIMBERS as we have a huge group of fans on a special Facebook page, just for you! This episode is brought to you by Rugged Roots. We partnered up with Rugged Roots, the BEST in beard grooming products! Visit their website Ruggedroots.com and try our promo code, specifically made for our listeners LADDER20 for 20% off! Visit our new apparel partner, The Great PNW and use code CLIMB20 for 20% off your order at thegreatpnw.com. We are always presented by the Washed Up Network! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and Vurbl, and watch on YouTube! As always, let's Climb The Ladder!
This week we sit down with Mr. Tutti (AKA Kelly) from the Tutti Gravel Inn. Inspired by the Canadian landscape, Kelly set off on a journey to create a gravel cycling vacation inn in Clinton, BC Canada. Episode Sponsor: Logos Components Support the Podcast Join The Ridership Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: Tutti Gravel Inn [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello, and welcome to the gravel ride podcast, where we go deep on the sport of gravel cycling through in-depth interviews with product designers, event organizers and athletes. Who are pioneering the sport I'm your host, Craig Dalton, a lifelong cyclist who discovered gravel cycling back in 2016 and made all the mistakes you don't need to make. I approach each episode as a beginner down, unlock all the knowledge you need to become a great gravel cyclist. This week on the show. We welcome Kelly Servin ski. From a duty gravel in up in Clinton, Canada. The Inn opened up in 2019. Just in time for the pandemic to make it start a little more stunted than it would have liked, but I became aware of the end and began talking to Kelly about a year ago. And I was keen to explore, you know, what would it look like to create a gravel in many of you may know that over in Europe, Bike hotels are quite prevalent anywhere. There's a bike hotspot. You can find a hotel that will cater to your needs. With little touches, like having a pump or an area to clean your bike, but just the general friendliness to guess rumbling through the door. Dirty and in their Lycra. Kelly gives us an overview of what his vision was and what inspired him to start to the two D gravel in, in Clinton, Canada. Before we jump in, I need to thank this week sponsor. Logos components. Logos Components is introducing their new omnium lineup of wheels. Logos comes from the mind of Randall Jacobs and the team at Thesis bike. The regular listener knows randall well as the co-host of in the dirt on this podcast but also increasingly a number of individual episodes where randall's taking his deep technical knowledge and interviewing guests for the podcast we recently recorded episode 136 about what makes a great gravel wheel set. Where Randall broke down from the hubs to the spokes, to the rims, all the things you should be considering when purchasing a gravel wheel set. As it turns out the Logus omnium collection is the manifestation. Of all those criteria Randall has meticulously gone through and specked each component for what he believes makes the best wheel set out there. I encourage you to listen to that episode 136, to get an understanding about what these wheel sets have to offer. The team has launched the wheel set at an introductory price of $999. And has wheels available in 650, 700 C and 29er. So I encourage you to go check them out at www.logoscomponents.com. I've personally spent a lot of time on wheels designed by Randall And most recently spent time on the 700 C version of the logos wheels. And I can attest they're completely bomber and on par with the best wheels I've ever written. So go check them out at www.logoscomponents.com. If you have any questions after listening to that episode, 136. Feel free to jump into the ridership and talk to randall directly And or other riders that may have experience on the product With that said let's jump right over to my interview with kelly from d gravel In. Kelly welcome to the show. [00:03:16] Kelly: Thanks for having me. [00:03:17] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I'm excited to get into the conversation and learn a little bit more about the 2d gravel in am. I pronouncing it? [00:03:24] Kelly: Yeah. It's pronounced Tuti. So Tuti in Italian means everyone or all. So that's a nice word. It's cute, but it's also the spirit of our business. Everyone's welcome here to come gravel ride. [00:03:37] Craig Dalton: Amazing. Well, let's start off by getting a little bit about your background as a cyclist, and then we'll transition to how you discovered Clinton and, and why creating this, this gravel specific in was in your, in your vision. [00:03:51] Kelly: Yeah, I mean, pretty random for me with my sort of foray into cycling I loved motorcycles to begin with as a kid. I had a BMX bike, but primarily it was dirt bikes. Grew up in the prairies of Canada, I would say north of Montana. So the province of Saskatchewan. So. Farm country, that kind of thing. Yeah, cut to the chase. I was out dirt biking with a friend and adventurous, young guys were 15 and we saw a couple of dirt bikers professionals in a, in a magazine high fiving in the air as they jumped and then. You know, we just thought, Hey, we can do that. and yeah, it didn't go so well. So, yeah, you know, big crash totaled the bike off broke my right femur. My right, pinky finger, my wrist and my elbow in the crash. So, Yeah, my buddy got away a little less worse for wear. He broke his toe, but anyhow, just yeah, long story short bone specialist suggested getting into something other than BMX riding for rehab of the femur. So he didn't say gravel bikes or road bike or anything like that. But he said, you know, what about these mountain bikes kind of thing? So, yeah, about the the bike that I could afford at the time. So the cheapest bike I could get my hands on that was halfway decent and yeah, started rolling and getting the femur going and then Yeah entered my first race after I was feeling, feeling better and all the cast came off and whatnot and ended up winning the beginner category and then yeah, was hooked and yeah, never touched a dirt bike again until just recently got one again. But yeah, this was pretty random, but yeah, that's the way it goes in life sometimes. Right. Just like how we've ended up in Clinton. Just yeah. You never know how things are gonna. Shape up. So just the adventure continue. [00:05:34] Craig Dalton: After those early sort of racing experiences, did you continue racing? [00:05:38] Kelly: Yeah. Yeah. I I really loved it. I, I wouldn't say you know, yeah, it, it was interesting. I was a young guy trying to find my way in the world. Working night jobs you know, going to university, that kind of thing. Yeah, I really love cycling, you know, for the comradery of it, the people that you met, I met my best friends through cycling over the years and yeah, I did. Okay. Like focused on cross country and, you know, had some, you know, halfway decent results, I would say here in Canada and Yeah, I really enjoyed it. You know? I wouldn't say I trained maybe the best, you know, the most proper way, but yeah, no, I had had some, had some good times out there but I had the foresight to pack it in and, and not just keep you know, continuing with racing, thinking I'm gonna keep improving. I sort of saw the writing on the wall, which is. You know, just I thought I got as fast as I could get, so yeah, I ended up going tree planting. So, I did that for a number of years. I didn't complete university, unfortunately, as many, as many people haven't, but yeah, life took another turn and then went out tree planting. Here in Canada, but also in Scotland as well for a couple of Springs. And yeah, planting is kind of, interesting too. It's you only get in, you only get out what you put in just like cycling. So, yeah, it's pretty hard work and whatnot, but yeah, I did that for a number of summers and then hadn't touched the bike for a long, long time, but again, the bike came back into my life and another sort of random. Sort of way. Yeah, after I was done tree planting, so yeah. [00:07:07] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's funny. You mentioned tree planting. I had an employee of mine many years ago, who was a Canadian. Who was involved in tree planting and every summer she would ask for a leave of absence to go back to it. It was a [00:07:19] Kelly: oh yeah. [00:07:20] Craig Dalton: she loved it. She just thought it was just sort of this great experience. And so it's funny to hear you mention that. [00:07:25] Kelly: Well, you don't ride, you don't ride your bike too much when you're planting. That's also another thing, you know, I would always put a deposit on a bike before I'd head out to the Bush kind of thing in the spring and wouldn't get a chance to touch it till the fall and ride it for a little bit and then it would snow. So, yeah. Did it for a number of years, about seven seasons. And then Yeah, got back into cycling with some of the mountain bike stage races that were happening trans Rockies and Lada and trans ALP and things like that. So, yeah. Then I hung up the bags in the shovel, so to speak with planting. [00:07:55] Craig Dalton: Right, right on. Amazing. Yeah, it was funny as, as we were, as I was prepping for this conference this conversation I was thinking about and researching where Clinton was and wondering if in my trans Rockies mountain bike stage or ACE experience, I got close to Clinton and it didn't look like it did. [00:08:13] Kelly: no, no. Yeah. You, you had been in well to the east of us who knows maybe you and I have crossed paths. Did it a couple of times? Yeah, 2005 and 2007 and yeah. Yeah, it was it was a great experience. So that just fired me up for, for cycling. Again, I'd always love cycling, always followed it while I was planting, but yeah, that really reignited my love for it. It's it's still going these days. Trans rock still happening. They have a gravel event as well. [00:08:40] Craig Dalton: Yeah, a hundred percent. In fact, I just will be prior to this when releasing, releasing an episode from trans Rocky's, gravel, Royal, [00:08:48] Kelly: Hmm, awesome. [00:08:49] Craig Dalton: a lot of those memories, you know, [00:08:51] Kelly: Oh, for sure. [00:08:52] Craig Dalton: experienced, they, you know, the daily recap videos, the camping experience, there's just a, a great way to spend a week. [00:09:00] Kelly: Yep. Totally. [00:09:00] Craig Dalton: So at what point did you discover gravel bikes, drop bar bikes. [00:09:05] Kelly: Yeah, that's an interesting one. I mean, obviously we run our in 2d, gravel in here and we have guests coming, you know, now from all over Canada, Western Canada, I would say, and some Americans and Europeans and everyone has their sort of timeline, I guess when they've discovered I'll do in parentheses gravel cycling, but We don't get into any sort of, I would say pissing match type thing. Just to use that, that phrase about who's been in it longer and all those sorts of things and how, how long ago we knew about it. But again, we grew up in the Prairie sort of area of Canada and there wasn't, you know, Sweet, you know, single track or anything like that out there. So you were riding farm roads and gravel roads on your mountain bike. So, yeah, that's what we had to ride and you know, it it, it was awesome. You could just go and you could go forever as you know. So, yeah that was, you know, obviously back in the day, but I would say. For me the, you know, why I've, you know, set up here in our guest suite you know, in front of the bicycle that you see behind me, that's a bike I rode in Lero. I've done it a couple of times. So, did it in 2012 and yeah, that, that event in Italy the original one had a real impact on me with gravel cycling was over there. I was a rep in the industry for a number of years. And yeah, I was over there and you know, just on some holidays and then thought, oh, you know, this, this Lero event looks cool. Let's do that. And yeah, I just couldn't believe the, the passion and, and, you know, the dust flying on the gravel roads and, you know, the drop bar bikes and everything, you know, albeit vintage bikes. And I thought, wow, this is awesome. Like, look at this, look at the, you know, really it was about the passion. Look at the passion people have for, for doing this and the landscapes and. You know, the serenity of it, just getting away from it, all getting off the paved surfaces. It's not mountain biking obviously, but it has some elements of you know, off-road riding clearly. Right. Which appealed to me. But then the speed of, of road cycling, which I, I, I went through my road phase too, I would say. But yeah, I just didn't like being around cars, you know, just really liked being off the beaten path, so to speak. So yeah, I would say it was Laro that really. Just opened my eyes to, to these bikes, you know, really coming back to where they originated, right? Like they were ridden on gravel roads before all the, you know, roads were, were, were paved, you know, in Europe and north America, obviously. So all these images we have in our guest suites of the geo Tolia, for instance, you know, The riders going over these gravel roads high in the mountains, you know, that's that really struck a chord with me. So I came back and told a friend of mine who owns a bike shop, a really successful bike shop in Squamish BC here, where we used to live for about 12 years that you know, Hey, This I didn't say gravel site playing for sure. But I just said this, this, you know, Lero thing, this, this drop bar bikes on, on gravel roads is I, you know, it's gonna be something, this is, this is awesome. And Squamish is more well known for, for, you know, being maybe the best place in the world to ride mountain bike right now. And he kind of, he didn't laugh at me, but he is like, you're crazy, you know, that's, you know, but. Yeah. And then here we are. So, yeah, it was Laro for sure. A hundred percent. That's the, the one in, in, in Tuscany first weekend of October is the best I think event I've ever I've ever participated in. [00:12:23] Craig Dalton: Amazing. And tell me first off, I'm, I'm interested in how you first discovered Clinton, but for those of us who are geographically challenged for Canadians Canadian landscape, where, where is Clinton in the country and, and where is sort of closer by way points, people might be familiar with. [00:12:40] Kelly: Yeah, I mean, I'll maybe with the geography where it's located the closest sort of major center would be a city called Camloops. So Camloops is you know, got a, a huge history with cycling, but Yeah right now there's a company called we one composite that we ride their, their wheels. They produce carbon fiber wheels there. They're located there. Yeah, I mean, south sort of central British Columbia. Definitely not, not Northern BC, but we're about two hours. Say from Whistler. To give people an idea. So, yeah, you you're, you're definitely out of the populated areas of British Columbia. It's really wide open terrain here at me and ride in every direction. So, yeah, that's where we're located. I guess the most famous spot would be, would be Whistler, you know, International, you know, mountain bike destination. So yeah, just a couple hours drive north from there, but yeah, totally different zone than than around a Whistler. [00:13:36] Craig Dalton: How did you yeah. How did you find yourself there? And, and what did you discover on those first rides? [00:13:42] Kelly: yeah, I mean, it was again random. I just maybe keep using that word. Just was a rep in the industry, like I said, and you know, would travel from living in Squamish and around British Columbia to see, see my accounts and yeah kept coming up to this region that, that we call home now in Clinton, it's called the caribou region. Of BC. And yeah. See my, my accounts up here and do some riding, do some races and then have a good friend that lives up here just north of us. And he's a pilot in with firefighting. So, and a cyclist as well. And he was always, you know, like, Hey, I know you live in Squamish, but you know, Hey, you should get up to the caribou. It's awesome. Up here. Know for cycling. And again, he didn't say gravel cycling, but he flies over all these roads that we now ride. So he has a real bug in my ear, just, you know, Hey, come on, you know, just spend some more time up here. Cause I'd always be up here and through here, but just, you know, spend more time, not just, you know, an afternoon or a day, you know, so kept doing that, kept doing that. And then. I would point back to really 2019, the fall of 2019 was up here shooting some photos with a brand called seven mesh who's from Squamish they're they're they're yeah, an awesome brand making some of the best clothing out there and yeah, just they invited me to come up, shoot some photos and I think it was really meant to be for me to be here at that time. Yeah, it all clicked. I mean, the weather was clicking or out, you know, shooting photos on these roads, which I'd ridden before. And I looked over to the photographer and I just said, you know, like, this is awesome. Like, this is unreal. And, and really just to, just to sort of round this out, I was heading to Italy a couple of days after the shoot to go do the out route. Stelio in Bo. I've been there many times. And I basically said to, to the photographer, I just said, you know, why am I going to Italy? Like this is paradise for gravel cycling. Not, not, not, not road riding, but gravel cycling. This gives me the same vibes as I get. Flying all the way around the world, going to our friend's bike hotel in Bormio and like this is amazing. And yeah, that night I went back to where we were staying and I looked at real estate and pulled up the houses for sale in Clinton because. I saw Clinton as a, you know, the center of it all he could ride in, you know, every direction, in my opinion. And yeah, called a realtor, found a house that looked like it would fit the bill, a big old house, commercially owned. And yeah, he picked up the phone and he met me there the next day and put an offer that day on it. And yeah, close the deal while we're in Italy at our friends bike hotel telling 'em all about gravel. yeah. [00:16:27] Craig Dalton: What an amazing, amazing origin story there. Did you always have the idea that you were gonna call it a gravel in and make it this hub for adventure? [00:16:35] Kelly: A hundred percent. We had some people say early on, you know, Hey, you're hanging your hat pretty hard on gravel. Like, you know, do you know what you're doing? And I said, well, Yeah. What makes this area special is gravel. Like we love mountain biking too. We have mountain bikes, but for me, what and my wife, Erin as well, what made this area special was gravel cycling. And we wanted to stay specific to that. Anyone can, can ride any bike. As we say, you can ride a mountain bike. You can ride a gravel bike here. Unicycle, you know, whatever, I don't care. It's, it's just, just ride a bike. But yeah, we hung our hat on gravel because yeah, we wanna do to focus right on, on gravel cycling and building a community here around cycling because it's more of an industry community it's origins which is fine. I've worked in industry back to the tree planting, so it's all coming back, back to together, but yeah, gravel That that's our focus. That's what we really love. It's really. Come on with me just the last number of years, I just love the solitude of it, just getting away from it all. So, and there's no bike hotels around really north America. I mean, I, I can't, there is no other gravel cycling hotel that I'm aware of. I mean, there should be a network around and we wanna do stake our claim to that and, you know, say, Hey, let's, let's get this going. Like, let's. Have facilities for, for cyclists, let's create culture here with cycling you know, and good community sort of support and have some fun while we're doing it. So, yeah, we hung our hat a hundred percent on gravel calling it 2d gravel in. So [00:18:05] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that's great. Yeah. I think you're right in north America while I can point to a few kind of cycling specific hotels. It's nowhere near what you have in Europe and elsewhere in the world. And there's some subtleties. When you go into a cycling hotel or cycling accommodations, they just have the little things for you, right? They've got a, a place where you can wash your bike. They've got pumps, they've got tools and the staff is always well versed in what are the local roots and local highlights. So I think it's a great concept. And I'm, I've been big on the podcast about talking about gravel travel. And a lot of times that gets couched in a conversation about a particular event. So you might go to Colorado to go to S B T gravel or up to Canada for trans Rockies, gravel, Royal, but in some ways, traveling to a place like Clinton and, and you're in is even a better use of your time because unlike a race where you might be thinking, gosh, I don't know whether I'm gonna be like complete it, or I have aspirations of going really fast. Obviously you're gonna be super focused and you're not gonna do a lot of riding. In the days leading up to the race. But if you go on a gravel cycling holiday, all you're gonna do is ride. You know, you're gonna go up there for four days and you're gonna pick four mega roots and just ride as much as you possibly can. [00:19:23] Kelly: Yeah, that's true. We, we love racing and we will put on a race here next year. We do a char, we did a charity ride here called caribou gravel rush. So yeah, we love organized events and, and things like that. But yeah, first things first we wanna create a good community sort of. Spirit here around cycling. Everyone's in favor of what we're doing. Everyone's really supportive, lots of high fives and, you know, thumbs up and whatnot from the ranchers and people like that. So, But yeah, you definitely can come to a place like ours or some of the other hotels around the world and yeah, you can spend your money in a little different way. You can ride, you know, to a lake and go jump in the lake, chill out, have some beers. But yeah, we can also provide people with some pretty big rides that , you know, we don't try and blow smoke. Obviously we need to promote our business. But yeah, we've got some rides here that are truly epic. I mean, that's an overused term in my opinion. Yeah, we, we have some epic rides here that definitely can punish you and spit you out the other side if, if you're looking for that, but there's also rides here that, like I said, you can just go on a nice. You know, fairly chill ride and, you know, go through some ranches and see some, some wildlife and things like that. So, but yeah, racing's awesome too. Just just different, same but different, right. [00:20:41] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I've had the benefit of looking at your website and looking at a map and getting a sense for where Clinton is. And you've spoken a little bit about. You know, the remoteness of the in, if someone was coming for two or three days, how would you describe the type of riding you would suggest? Let's just sort of make the assumption that the group is relatively fit and, and up for, you know, three, four hour, five hour rides, what would you be preparing them for expectation wise, if you were to say like, these are the three route I would have you go on during your three day. [00:21:14] Kelly: yeah, there's definitely some classic roots. I mean, there's, you know, I. Pick my favorite roots and just say, Hey, you should really go here. You know, this is a must do. Just like if you were to go somewhere else, I mean, the trainers is, is incredibly varied. So what we like to do is yeah, suggest roots for people. A lot of them have never been here. We are, we do have a lot of return guests, but for people, for instance, that have never been here. We love blowing them away because we know what's out there. And they don't right. They just maybe see photos or something like that or heard things, but we know what's out there. So we love it. When we send people out on a route and say, Hey, you're gonna go here. You're gonna see this, this, this, and this, and we're really stoked to, to hear what, what you say when you when you come back and that's what makes it all worth it for us when people roll back in here and, you know, Hey, we're, we're you know, self-conscious about it. Let's be honest. We want people to have a good time. And we're like, Hey, what did you think? And people like their eyes are just like wide open. Like that was the best ride I've ever done. Or that was amazing. Or, oh my God, I didn't expect that. So, yeah, we've got it all. Truly, we've got really more desolate sort of wide open desert-like kind of roads. Out here. We've got roads going through the mountains lakes and things and yeah, lots of randomness it's really mixed here. So, what we do try to prepare people for is just to say, Hey, you know, what do you like? What kind of riding do you like? Do you like descending? Do you like megas deep climbs? You like suffering? What do you like? And, and then we try to do the best we can to create custom roots for our guests. Yeah, we love doing that because again, we have the knowledge we live here day in, day out. We know all the ins and outs, all the little secret spots, we know the ranchers and so on. And yeah, we just, we love that. So, Yeah, people can, can really tick off a lot of boxes you know, here, and they can also discover some boxes, so to speak that they didn't new existed. Like there's a ferry here where you can take a, you know, a cablecar ferry across the most important river, major river called the Frazier river here in BC and go to the other side of the river and, you know, Like that's part of your ride. There's, there's not many places or really anywhere that I know of that you can do things like that. Just mid ride and it's free. And, and it's just yeah. What an experience that is. So, [00:23:39] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that's quite an, that makes for quite an adventure, for sure. You know, one of the things, obviously across north America, you've got lots of places that are flatter with undulating Hills. I'm assuming in that region of Canada. The climbs that you're encountering are, are fairly substantial in nature. [00:23:55] Kelly: Yeah, there's some for sure. I mean, this wouldn't be like, you're maybe going you know, to the Alps or the Domine or something like that in Italy, you know, but there's some really steep climbs here. There's a one climb in particular that, you know, it's marked in half kilometer. Or, you know, miles to, to people following in the us in, in, you know, half sort of, segments like that, because you're going so slow but such beautiful scenery. I mean, you're just crawling along, you know, suffering away, looking at the scenery around you. So, yeah, and it can get hot here. You know, it's a really diverse sort of. You know, ecosystem or environment, I guess we have here, so really mixed bags. So, yeah, I mean, it's just there are some tough climbs around, there's lots of rolling terrain, but for people that like to climb that sort of you know, puff their feathers out like that, that they love to climb, then definitely we can provide that. And there's many stratas segments here to, to go chase down. So for sure, there's some Hills here. [00:24:53] Craig Dalton: What would sort of be the, the longest climb you could get in front of, in terms of feet or meters of, [00:24:58] Kelly: Oh, yeah. I would say maybe about the, the, the toughest one around is to say about doesn't sound like much about a 10 K climb. So, but the grades are just really, really steep. It'll take most people, some people would walk it to be honest, we've got some Hills like that. So about 10 K and Yeah, just really steep in grades. But lots of switch back so that, that goes and you know, Softens it a little bit, at least you can turn a corner or two and have a look and, you know, be tough to go and take photos and pull your iPhone out and take a photo on, on that one. But and there's lots more here, right? I mean, we don't profess to know it all. I mean, we we love, enjoy enjoying to get out there to to explore and find new roots and new climbs and new places for our guests to ride. So, yeah, there's probably some more out there that. We haven't ridden yet, but yeah, we just keep pushing, but yeah, there's some big Hills for sure. Climbers are welcome here. [00:25:56] Craig Dalton: And let's transition now and let's talk about the, in itself. If you could just give us a little bit of an overview of like how many people you can accommodate, what, what the experience looks like, you know, are you, are you dining exclusively at the end or does Clinton have other restaurants to offer and other activities? [00:26:14] Kelly: Yeah, like I said, it's a big old commercially zoned house. So yeah, we can accommodate really big groups. We've got two guest suites at the moment soon to be three. So our main guest suite that I'm in now is a five bed, two bath guest suites. So completely separate and private from the others. We've had up depending if we have couples. So we've had up to 12 guests in here. And then another adjoining suite that's again, separate is a nice little one bed, one bath. So we've had, you know, up to four in there depending, you know, just there's a sofa bed in there as well. So we keep expanding and so that that's there. And then we've just built a hundred square foot, little Bunky, as we say. Outback. So a little tiny house. Some people would sort of maybe refer to it as that. So which will, will accommodate another two people when it's complete. So, yeah, we've had really big groups, so yeah, I mean really depending on, on who it is and if it's couples or singles or whatever, you know, we're approaching, you know, really, you. 1516 guests quite comfortably just in this property. So, and then, yeah, we, we do have our eyes on expansion all all the time, but this house has a, has a really neat story behind it as well. I'm not sure if I mentioned this to you, but we got a message on Instagram, maybe about a year and a half ago. I'd say from a guy just, you know, following us and, you know, said some nice things and. All that. And at the bottom of the message, he said I'm not sure if he knew, but I grew up in the house and I was like, wow, we grew up in the house. I was like, mm. We knew who we bought from. And it wasn't a gentleman. It was a, it was an older lady. And so I was like, wow, I gotta look at this. Guy's his profile. So, go to his profile and I almost dropped the phone because. Having worked in the bike industry. I knew some of the, the people in the industry I'd never met this gentleman, but it turns out it turns out it'd be a guy named Peter valence used to be a brand manager at Rocky mountain bicycles. And then now is current global vice president of product at Cannondale. So, I mean, it still gives us goose bumps and, and whatnot. That he grew up here. His family did a pottery business here, which we knew about the pottery business, but I never ever thought it would be the same, the same family. So, Peter was just here earlier in August, which was a big, you know, milestone for us, what a cool experience to have him and his entire family and their kids here where they grew up and So, yeah, that's the story of the, in a lot of people call it the, in now we, we noticed that after, you know, three years in business is our third year in business. So it's a bit of the, the history on the, on the property. Yeah. [00:28:52] Craig Dalton: cool. And then as far as like, as far as, are you doing a bed and breakfast style where you're serving breakfast and dinner or what? What's the story [00:28:59] Kelly: You know, with the, the name Tuti, I mean, obviously we love Italy. We've had a lot of great times over there and, you know, not just cycling, I mean, you know, food. So, we offer woodfired pizza. My wife Erin makes the dough homemade. We get vegetables and. Things that we need locally from, from farmer's markets and ranches and things like that. And so we offer that if guests wanna book that with us, they, they can add that on to their stay. We have a, a coffee bar out back with a rocket espresso machine another Italian sort of touch there. If people want, you know, great coffee in the morning, we can do that. Each suite has its own kitchen. So, you know, some people like to cook and we wanna, we want to. Facilitate that as well. But then that's kind of where we end things because we also want people to, to go and support some of the local businesses here that we have in Clinton. It's a small little village. It's 600 people ish. At the moment, there's a few little restaurants and, and things like that. So, our attitude is that yeah, obviously come stay with us and we stay gravel specific and, you know, look after people in that regard and a few other little things, Woodard pizza and, and coffee. But we also want people to go to, you know, Check out some of the, the other places in town, there's a pub right across the street. Yeah. We love when our guests go over there, have some beers and we don't have the attitude that, you know, Hey, these are our guests, you know, don't go to other businesses or whatever, because. That's just not you know, our attitude and our spirit behind you know, our business. So, and yeah, it's great. People come and, you know, stay with us and then, yeah, they're free to do what works best for them. And we kind of like the ALA carte sort of, way of doing things. Hey, you might not need coffee or whatever, you know, or wood fired pizza. That's cool. But if you do, Hey, we can, we can work that out. So [00:30:46] Craig Dalton: And then are you, are you offering rental bikes there or are people bringing their own [00:30:50] Kelly: Yep. People bring their bikes. But yeah, we do have rental bikes yeah. To name, drop our, our bikes or land yachts bikes from Vancouver. They're a great supporter of our business. We've been with them from day one using their bikes. We've got some custom bikes for ourselves, but yeah, they make some great Rental bikes for us and for us to get rental bikes as a small business at this time when there's such a bike sort of crunch, so to speak. Yeah, they pulled out all the stops to get us six bikes this year, really beautiful steel steel bikes, and yeah, it's great. We can You know, have our guests, you know, have an experience on their bikes if they've never tried one of their bikes, but we're getting internationals as well now. So, some of those folks we had our first Italian fly over here and he was here for five days and yeah, he rented a bike cause he didn't wanna travel with one. So bike rental's big for us. And yeah, E E gravel is something else we really want to get into as well. Because I think it's It's such a great thing to get more people on bikes, you know, and great for storytelling too, with brands because yeah, they're just fantastic for sure. [00:31:53] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's so nice. You know, on a, on a family holiday to be able to pair up maybe incompatible riders with one on an e-bike and one on a pedal bike. So that's certainly a good option. Speaking of international travels, if someone's coming to the, in internationally, where do they fly into and how long of a drive is it from that airport? [00:32:12] Kelly: Yeah, I would say most people would fly into Vancouver. We've had a few people fly into Seattle and then cross the border and then come up that way. Just say from Vancouver. You know how traffic can be, but you know, four or five hours kind of thing, you know, a really, you know, beautiful drive with options. There's, there's a couple of different ways to, to get up here. A lot of people would probably choose to go up through Whistler. And come this way. And we get some mountain bikers too, that are cyclist. Let's call 'em cyclists, not just mountain bikers, but people that are riding mountain bikes and they ride gravel too. Right. So they come up through Whistler, you know, maybe do a ride and then continue on to Clinton. So I'd say Vancouver, but other than that cam loops would be just over an hour away. And it's a, it's a fairly good sized regional airport with really easy access. [00:33:01] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that makes sense. I certainly see the value of stopping off at Whistler for a few runs on the way that would, that would be [00:33:09] Kelly: bet. Yeah. I mean, yeah, we're we, we mountain bike too. So, I mean, of course we, we focus on gravel, but we're cyclist. And yeah, mountain biking's great. Gravel's great. It's all great. So yeah, I mean, a lot of our guests do other disciplines of, of cycling. But to us, I mean, our sales pitch on gravel to people that maybe haven't tried it yet is you know, this isn't just, I guess our opinion, this is our, you know, three years in business meeting, a lot of people, you know, guests coming to stay with us and, you know, chatting about what they think gravel is or whatever, over a few beers and the backyard having a campfire. Really gravel. I've not seen another discipline in cycling some, you know, someone you could correct me if I'm wrong, that really could, it can, you know, pull in people from all different You know, disciplines of cycling, you know, the roadies, get it, the triathletes are, are, you know, maybe not wanting to go to Whistler to go ride the bike park, you know, for the most part, but Hey, gravel, they get it. They love the speed, you know, suffering, whatever it is. We've had iron man, you know, triathletes, come here, this love suffering. These guys are crazy what they do. So, you know, and then mountain bikers, get it, you know, too because they love being off road. You know, most mountain bikers. Aren't. Riding on, on highways and things like that. So, and then a lot of new people, it's just incredible. We'll see you know, new cyclists here buying their first bike, excuse me. And you know, we're just, you know, doing some research and, and whatnot and say, Hey, like, you know, you've cycled a lot before you're new to cycling. It's like, Nope, I just bought a gravel bike. My friend told me that's what I should get because they're awesome. And it looks like a good time. And, you know, we get a lot of people from urban centers. So, yeah, gravel bike. I mean, yeah, you can use it for, of course gravel cycling but you know, commuting, urban assault, bike, packing, whatever. So they're very versatile. So that's, that's really been a, mindblower seeing people for their first bike to go and, and buy a gravel bike. So truly to us back to that rant is gravel cycling. I truly believe is, is the center of cycling, you know, put that out there, but that's what we've, we've seen, you know, that's what we've seen with our guests. [00:35:14] Craig Dalton: Yeah, yeah. A hundred percent. I mean, I agree with all those points and it's just it's such an inviting part of the sport that gives you the versatility to go wherever you wanna take it. So I'm certainly sold. Obviously, everybody listening to this podcast is on the same page. Kelly totally appreciate giving me the overview of the in. I think it's an exciting concept. As I said in the opening, like I do really love the idea of gravel travel and I think from everything I've seen from where you're located, I don't doubt it's gonna be some great riding up there. So I look forward to getting up there and I wish you well, that's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. I hope you enjoyed that conversation with Kelly and learning more about the riding in Clinton, Canada, and the two D gravel in big thanks to our sponsor logos components and their new omnium wheel set. Check them out at www.logoscomponents.com. 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Sam Van Boxtel is a social media expert and the founder of Climbers Crag. We talked about the business side of being a content creator, why Instagram is the best platform for the climbing industry right now, the importance of having a strong “why”, why posts go viral, how to optimize for growth, creating value on social media, playing the game, and the balance between quality and success.Climbers Crag:climberscrag.comCheck out Athletic Greens!athleticgreens.com/NUGGETUse this link to get a free year's supply of vitamin D + 5 travel packs!Check out Arc'teryx!arcteryx.comArc'teryx Presents: Free as Can BeCheck out Grasshopper Climbing!grasshopperclimbing.cominstagram.com/grasshopperclimbingTell them I sent you to save $500 off a fully kitted out 8'x10' Grasshopper board! Check out Shortform!shortform.com/nuggetUse this link to get a free 5-day trial, and 20% off an annual subscription!Check out Rhino Skin Solutions!rhinoskinsolutions.comUse code “NUGGET” at checkout for 20% off your next order!And check out EP 22 with Justin Brown to learn more about how to use Rhino products!We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, and Mark and Julie CalhounBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/sam-van-boxtelNuggets:0:06:57 – Organizing the important stuff, and putting systems in place0:11:11 – Overview of our conversation0:13:30 – Soccer, discovering climbing, and losing 20-30 lbs to become a route setter0:17:14 – Sam's ability to focus on his goals, and why he got into business0:20:03 – Moving up the chain with route setting0:22:20 – How Sam got into social media, and getting 1000+ followers in less than a month0:24:11 – The business side of being a content creator0:26:57 – Pivoting from route setting to starting Climbers Crag, and how Sam teamed up with Tom Randall0:37:03 – What Climbers Crag is today0:40:41 – The organic next step0:41:58 – Summary of everything so far, and Climbers Crag's two main services as an agency0:45:47 – The Climber's Crag team, and why Sam reduced the size of his team0:46:58 – Who this is worthwhile for, and having a strong “why”0:53:13 – The two categories of individuals trying to grow their Instagram following, and having a clear funnel0:59:17 – Why I decided to make the Nugget for a year before trying to monetize, and making sure you love 80-90% of what you're doing1:01:45 – “Goodwill compounds faster than revenue.”1:02:19 – Virality and customer surplus1:06:13 – The sustainability/longevity of the different social media platforms, supply and demand, why reels go viral, and why Instagram is king1:12:41 – Why Sam pressed pause on TikTok for Climbers Crag1:18:25 – Real numbers for Instagram growth goals, and where Sam thinks brands should be with Instagram before adding another platform1:20:22 – Another summary, and using Instagram as a jumping-off point1:23:05 – Crux Academy, and why Sam tries to talk most of his clients out of trying to grow on YouTube1:24:54 – My current strategy for The Nugget's Instagram, balancing viral, brand, and value posts, and having a CTA (call to action) strategy1:32:17 – Sam's recommendations for me to grow to 100k followers, and the two factors for growth1:45:11 – Best practices for resharing content from an ethical standpoint1:50:08 – Best time of day to post1:52:15 – Hashtags, optimizing content for growth on Instagram, and removing exit points1:59:48 – Watchtime and engagement2:02:08 – Using Capcut for Reels2:05:09 – Playing the game, and the difference between quality and success on a social media platform2:12:13 – Hiding the vegetables2:13:30 – Wrap up and how to connect with Sam
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The 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens is considered the most destructive volcanic eruption in United States history. The explosion reduced the mountain's elevation by about 1,370 feet. Today, hikers and mountaineers set off to the volcano for the day-long adventure to climb to the top. The reduced elevation makes the trek suitable for beginner mountaineers, too. On this week's episode of Peak Northwest, co-host Vickie Connor talks about her first volcanic summit at Mount St. Helens. Here are some highlights from this week's show: Vickie chats about the three different terrain sections of the Mount St. Helens climb via Climber's Bivouac trailhead. How to snag a permit during peak climbing season. Vickie discusses what she packed that was most helpful. Tips and tricks for having the most enjoyable summit possible. Subscribe to Peak Northwest anywhere you listen to podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 114 brings you discussion about the LA Angels being put up for sale and trying to decide where the stuck franchise goes from here. Duncan is joined by Brother in Law, Jim while Hunter is traveling in Europe! We dive into JRod's massive deal that could keep him in Seattle for the next decade and a half. Finally, wrapping up with football preview, beer league softball and the LIV tour - which Jim is not a fan of. Visit our Facebook group called THE CLIMBERS as we have a huge group of fans on a special Facebook page, just for you! This episode is brought to you by Rugged Roots. We partnered up with Rugged Roots, the BEST in beard grooming products! Visit their website Ruggedroots.com and try our promo code, specifically made for our listeners LADDER20 for 20% off! Visit our new apparel partner, The Great PNW and use code CLIMB20 for 20% off your order at thegreatpnw.com. We are always presented by the Washed Up Network! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and Vurbl, and watch on YouTube! As always, let's Climb The Ladder!
Dive in today for a fun episode where we talk about the 2023 MLB Schedule being released and all of the changed that come with that from the CBA after the lockout in March! Albert Pujols is making history with the likes of Babe Ruth. Fun time to be a baseball fan! Episode 113 is a fun one! Visit our Facebook group called THE CLIMBERS as we have a huge group of fans on a special Facebook page, just for you! This episode is brought to you by Rugged Roots. We partnered up with Rugged Roots, the BEST in beard grooming products! Visit their website Ruggedroots.com and try our promo code, specifically made for our listeners LADDER20 for 20% off! Visit our new apparel partner, The Great PNW and use code CLIMB20 for 20% off your order at thegreatpnw.com. We are always presented by the Washed Up Network! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and Vurbl, and watch on YouTube! As always, let's Climb The Ladder!
On today's episode we're taking you on a journey. From what was once a lofty idea to what is now an exciting opportunity coming to life, we are so pumped up to tell you more about the Average Climber Intensive, coming to you this October 1-2. In this episode you'll learn exactly who the intensive is for, what we'll be covering and how this whole, amazing she-bang is going to work. We're are so thrilled to interact directly with you and we can't wait to get this thing going! If you've been wondering how to get a better grip on your training and nutrition, this episode is for you. Ready to get signed up? You can do that right here: https://dirtbagnutritionist.podia.com/average-climber-intensive .... and don't forget to use the code WELOVESTUBBY to get $100 off enrollment. Discount expires 9/6/22, so take advantage of this while you can! Spots are extremely limited! Get registered before they're gone! Music by Devin Dabney The Average Climber Podcast is a proud member of the Plug Tone Audio Collective. You can learn more about Plug Tone at www.plugtoneaudio.com
In this episode, Kris and Paul chat with data analyst and fellow Power Company coach, Dale Wilson, to examine a study that attempts to collect and compare data from female climbers: Anthropometry and performance characteristics of recreational advanced to elite female rock climbers Authored by David Giles, Kimberly Barnes, Nicola Taylor, Corinna Chidley, Joel Chidley, James Mitchell, Oliver Torr, Edward Gibson-Smith, and Vanesa España-Romero; published in the Journal of Sports Sciences in August, 2020. They'll discuss the data that was collected from each climber and which measurements seem to be indicative of climbing performance. They'll talk about some of the correlations revealed and Dale will explain how these compare to trends he's seen in the Power Company's data on female climbers. Have Dale crunch the numbers for you - check out our Mini-Assessment + Analysis! New episodes of Breaking Beta drop on Wednesdays. Make sure you're subscribed, leave us a review, and share! And please, tell all of your female friends who say they are too short to be a good climber that you have the perfect podcast for them. Breaking Beta is brought to you by Power Company Climbing and Crux Conditioning, and is a proud member of the Plug Tone Audio Collective. Find full episode transcripts, citations, and more at our website. Season 2 of Breaking Beta is proudly supported by Gnarly Sports Nutrition. For a limited time, Breaking Beta listeners can take 15% off their purchase using the code BETA15 at checkout! Or simply click the link above to shop and have the discount automatically applied. Follow Kris and Breaking Beta on Instagram Follow Paul and Crux Conditioning on Instagram If you have questions, comments, or want to suggest a paper we should cover, find us at our Community + Knowledge Hub. Our music is from legendary South Dakota band Rifflord.
Darren Maule's Get Fact'd gives you interesting information that is both educational and informative.....and it always leaves Keri and Sky intrigued. #DarrenKeriSkyOnECR #GetFact'd #GetFact'd: Guess what a climber found at the top of Mont Blanc?
Colette is a climber first, filmer second, and I'll say photographer third, she has worked on some amazing projects and continues to push the sport of climbing. Finding her passion for climbing in all places (NYC) she chats about her journey and what's next for her. Geyser Systems – [...] The post The Pursuit – E74 – Professional Climber/Filmer Colette McInerney appeared first on Out Of Collective.
Episode 112 brings CHAOS BASEBALL, courtesy of the Seattle Mariners. The twins recap the past week of games around the MLB and talk about Duncan's trip to LA for the Angels game to see the Ohtani Show in person. Wild Card standings are ever-changing week to week, so make sure to tune in for all the updates! Episode 112 is a fun one! Visit our Facebook group called THE CLIMBERS as we have a huge group of fans on a special Facebook page, just for you! This episode is brought to you by Rugged Roots. We partnered up with Rugged Roots, the BEST in beard grooming products! Visit their website Ruggedroots.com and try our promo code, specifically made for our listeners LADDER20 for 20% off! Visit our new apparel partner, The Great PNW and use code CLIMB20 for 20% off your order at thegreatpnw.com. We are always presented by the Washed Up Network! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and Vurbl, and watch on YouTube! As always, let's Climb The Ladder!
On sights, flash and projects - each style of climbing requires a totally unique mentality. Today, Jay and Lee discuss the important role that mindset plays in all types of climbing experiences. How does your view on mindset compare with ours? Let us know on Instagram at @firstascentpod. Jay and Lee can be found at @jayknower and @xxleeweexx
Ryan Devlin is a television actor, entrepreneur, philanthropist, rock climber, and host of his new podcast The Struggle Climbing Show. We talked about parallels between climbing and being a TV actor, the role of chemistry in dating, how to deal with rejection, progressing from 11b to 12c in a year in his 40s, and biggest takeaways from interviewing top climbers on his podcast.Listen to more top episodes!thenuggetclimbing.com/top-listsCheck out Arc'teryx!arcteryx.comArc'teryx Presents: Free as Can BeCheck out Petzl!petzl.comOr shop for Petzl quickdraws at your local climbing shop!Check out Crimpd!crimpd.comOr download the Crimpd app! (Available for iOS and Android)Check out PhysiVantage!physivantage.com (link includes 15% off coupon)Use code "NUGGET15" at checkout for 15% off your next order!Check out Feals!feals.com/NUGGETUse this link to get 50% off your first order and free shipping! We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, and Mark and Julie Calhoun Become a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/ryan-devlinNuggets:0:07:15 – My Parent's Basement Productions0:09:35 – Junk food0:12:20 – Returning to the Midwest0:17:59 – How far Midwesterners commute to climb at the Red River Gorge0:20:36 – The TV show ‘Are You the One?', and why you might recognize Ryan in the grocery store0:30:08 – A question from Allison Vest, and the role of chemistry in dating0:37:20 – Similarities between the climbing world and the TV/acting world, and creating your own luck0:43:20 – How Ryan deals with rejection, and building happiness that is not based on outcomes0:49:19 – Being afraid of falling, Ryan's first-ever trad lead, and how climbing has impacted his acting (and his life)0:56:05 – How Ryan got into climbing, and his first day climbing at Tahquitz1:07:25 – Getting into sport climbing and training in his 40s, and progressing from 11b to 12c in a year1:16:50 – Early lightbulb moments in Ryan's training journey1:23:11 – Getting more days in at the crag1:29:44 – Why Ryan decided to create The Struggle Climbing Show1:38:00 – How the pros relate to struggle, and what the rest of us can learn from that1:48:39 – Drinking from a firehose of information, and letting go of finding “the best way” to train1:55:21 – Mental game, fear, gratitude, and Alex Honnold and Hazel Findlay's mental approaches2:00:01 – Hollywood love scenes, and being starstruck by Lynn Hill and Harrison Ford2:07:53 – Podcasting and community2:10:17 – Starting a Forest School, and looking at the world through kids' eyes2:14:56 – Camping, van windows, and blackout curtains2:18:33 – Vanlife, and climbing with Jordan Cannon and Alex Honnold2:30:24 – The climbing experience scales2:31:29 – Ryan's hopes and dreams as a rock climber2:37:50 – Ryan's plans for Season 2 of The Struggle Climbing Show2:44:30 – Wrap up
Mason and Chris talk with Natasha about her journey from chiropractic school to working fully remotely as a strength training and rehab coach, specializing in climbers. We chat about the most common injuries with climbers, ways to objectively measure progress with this population, common misconceptions in the climbing community, and the benefits of resistance training and variability within the sport. Natasha is a powerlifter, climber, and remote clinician and coach based out of the Bay Area. We hope you all enjoy! @natashabarnes natashabarnesrehab.com@adaptabilia@firstname.lastname@example.org@chris_barbellmedicine
In this podcast, we discuss steps to maintain a high-performance, high-energy lifestyle as we get older. More specifically, creating a life where you feel great, more fulfilled, and more joyful as well as creating a legacy with not just your wealth but your health and outlook on life for generations to come. Our audience is high-performing professionals and pilots, BUT we all go through times where we are not performing at our peak; mentally, spiritually, physically. Especially as we age... Now is a unique and stressful time for airline pilots, corporate, cargo, and commercial pilots. Most major airlines are under contract negotiations –stressful! Flights have been full, chronically late with angry passengers. Flying has not been a fun place to be in the last 2 years –post-Covid. Ron Broyles is our guest today because he is walking the walk. He is 69 and full of life, energy, joy, and fulfillment. How do we as pilots maintain the mental and emotional toughness to maintain our quality of lives, enjoy our families and feel a sense of joy and peace during these difficult airline times? Why bother with health, nutrition, positive mental attitude? We are in a race...we are meant for growth. It is as if we are in a highly competitive game or fighting for our peace of mind, focus, finances, health, and joy and we don't even know it. Every entity in our lives is fighting against us having those things, and we are not fighting back. We know this as being intentional or proactive. Marketing agencies, social media, news media are fighting for your time, money, attention –your mind and they are playing with PhD level minds and huge supplies of money. We are not equipping ourselves to win! We need to be intentional about training to win the fight. We need to take proactive, aggressive steps to live a life of purpose on purpose. Why not? Choose your “hard”...Life is hard when you eat right and exercise and choose to be joyful. Life is much harder when you simply drift along allowing life to happen to you. You will leave a legacy in every aspect of your life whether you know it or not. Your health is your wealth! Seven practical steps for maintaining physical, spiritual, and mental health: Realize you are one or two choices away each day for either building a great life or living a life of mediocrity or worse chronic unhappiness and bad health. Healthy relationships and accountability partnerships. Ask someone to help you stay on track. Similar to AA and Weight watchers. More importantly, someone you can share your feelings with –seriously! Men are especially bad at this and it's bad for your health. Get a workout instructor. See a counselor. Don't minimize your emotional health – Do not try to John Wayne through it! Be intentional about the feelings you want – Happy, joyful, peace, love, anger... Studies have even shown that unhealthy anger in its repressed state has been linked to cancer. Sigmund Freud – “unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways.” This is one of the most underestimated keys to our quality of life. Nutrition - Read the labels on your food and understand what you are eating. You can't outwork your bad eating habits as you get older! An attitude of gratitude leads to a healthy life! Write down three things a day Give! Give away some of your money, some of your time or both. Your perspective will change. The importance of physical activity and exercise! Links to some of Ron's Adventures: https://coronadotimes.com/news/2013/07/17/1986-flashback-thrill-junkie-ron-broyles-jumps-from-coronado-bridge-from-limo-roof-video/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaXM7WmIuQg https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2003-oct-15-me-bike15-story.html https://www.nytimes.com/1983/03/15/us/stuntman-scales-tower.html https://www.knoxnews.com/news/local/mad-jack-fielden-turned-furniture-sales-into-stunt-work-ep-360004879-356614601.html https://newspaperarchive.com/altoona-mirror-mar-15-1983-p-24/ Books or Podcasts that we mentioned or recommend on this topic: Atomic Habits by James Clear The Power of One More, The Ultimate Guide to Happiness and Success Ed Mylett The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us Michael Moss Sickening: How Big Pharma Broke American Health Care and How We Can Repair It. John Abramson, MD, MSc Can't Hurt Me David Goggins Favorite podcasts Ed Mylett –The Ed Mylett Show Jon Gordon –Positive University Podcast
Today we dive into an electric run that the Seattle Mariners have put together! In an extra innings game where not a single run was scored until the bottom of the 13th inning, the Mariners took down the New York Yankees 1-0. Capping off the series on Wednesday 08/10/22, the M's took down the Yankees in an electric come from behind win. We dive into some potential MVP candidates and see which young guys are making noise for ROY. Episode 111 is a fun one! Visit our Facebook group called THE CLIMBERS as we have a huge group of fans on a special Facebook page, just for you! This episode is brought to you by Rugged Roots. We partnered up with Rugged Roots, the BEST in beard grooming products! Visit their website Ruggedroots.com and try our promo code, specifically made for our listeners LADDER20 for 20% off! Visit our new apparel partner, The Great PNW and use code CLIMB20 for 20% off your order at thegreatpnw.com. We are always presented by the Washed Up Network! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and Vurbl, and watch on YouTube! As always, let's Climb The Ladder!
Debra, Diana, and Jesi talk about the brain of the best solo climber, the Son of Sam killer, and one of the first known sex tape scandals... and the oldest people in history to be photographed.Tell us what sparks your interest on twitter (@interest_spark), facebook, instagram, and TikTok! (@sparkmyinterestpodcast) Send a crazy story or interesting article to email@example.com or through our website sparkmyinterestpodcast.com and we might just discuss it on the show!Articles and other sources:https://mymodernmet.com/aunty-moser-earliest-born-people-photographed/https://youtu.be/b6OvrRbGU68https://youtu.be/Cyya23MPoAIhttps://nautil.us/the-strange-brain-of-the-worlds-greatest-solo-climber-5011/https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/son-of-sam-arrestedhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Berkowitzhttps://www.upi.com/Archives/1987/10/02/The-Morris-County-sheriff-embarrassed-by-a-home-videotape/9881560145600/https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/accidentally-returned-erotic-tape/
The MLB Trade Deadline is upon us and there were some BIG MOVES made across the league! Soto found a landing spot, some teams beefed up their rosters, and the Mariners brought home a couple of local guys. We are only 25 days away from College Football Week 0! Get excited because the back half of the summer is the best time for sports! Episode 110 won't disappoint! Visit our Facebook group called THE CLIMBERS as we have a huge group of fans on a special Facebook page, just for you! This episode is brought to you by Rugged Roots. We partnered up with Rugged Roots, the BEST in beard grooming products! Visit their website Ruggedroots.com and try our promo code, specifically made for our listeners LADDER20 for 20% off! Visit our new apparel partner, The Great PNW and use code CLIMB20 for 20% off your order at thegreatpnw.com. We are always presented by the Washed Up Network! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and Vurbl, and watch on YouTube! As always, let's Climb The Ladder!
The Bowhunter Chronicles Podcast - Episode 212 - Is the Climber Dead? - Tanner Edenfield - Have Bow Will Travel This week Adam talks Tanner Edenfield, Have Bow Will Travel about his steadfast use of the climbing treestand and his continued success with using it. Tanner hunts multiple states with no intentions of slowing down and continues to see no reason to change from the climbing stand to any other setup. Topics covered Hunting in the South Bait Piles and Climbers Southern Buck Bedding Oversimplified Deer Movement Filming from a Climber Climing treestand innovations https://huntworthgear.com/ https://www.lucky-buck.com https://www.adjustablereddot.com https://www.spartanforge.ai - save 25% with code bowhunter https://waypointtv.com/#podcast If you like what we are doing and want to see more, please consider checking out our Patreon account. Any funds generated through our Patreon account are funneled right back into the podcast to help fund equipment, hosting fees and gear for reviews and giveaways and as always future hunts. http://bit.ly/BHCPatreon http://bit.ly/BowhunterChroniclesPodcas Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's bonus episode features the Virginia Outdoor Adventures podcast. Host Jessica Bowser interviews Kyle King and Brad Mathisen of the Central Appalachia Climbers Coalition. Tucked away in a remote corner of Southwest Virginia on the Kentucky border, lies a canyon with towering sandstone cliffs like layers of a tiered cake, natural geologic formations that make this area a climber's paradise. Kyle King and Brad Mathisen, President and Past President of the Central Appalachia Climbers Coalition, describe the effort undertaken in recent years to offer world-class outdoor recreation at Breaks Interstate Park. Kyle and Brad share the range of beginner and kid-friendly to advanced rock-climbing opportunities at Breaks, as well as their advice for first-time climbers. The collaborative partnership between climbers and Breaks Park is playing a role in revitalizing towns and stimulating economic growth, transforming Central Appalachia into a nationally recognized ecotourism destination. Let's Go!Follow VAOA Podcast:Facebook I Instagram I TwitterSupport VAOA: Buy Me A CoffeeConnect with Brad and Kyle: Facebook I Instagram I EmailBreaks Interstate ParkGuide Book: Breaks Interstate Park Rock Climbs by Bradly MathisenCentral Appalachia Climbers CoalitionAccess FundMountain Sports Limited, BristolSpearhead TrailsHidden ValleyGrayson Highlands Bouldering GuidebookGravelachia Bike Race in NortonSugar Hill CideryConnect with Lori:Instagram: @thehikepodcastTwitter: @thehikepodcastBlog: thehikepodcast.wordpress.comFacebook: @thehikepodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the show
We sit down to discuss something that perplexes many climbers: why grades can feel SO DIFFERENT when you go to a new crag, gym or climbing area. If you have ever felt like a fish out of water visiting somewhere new, you aren't alone and we have some tips to help you. We also discuss nutrition tips for adjusting to higher altitudes - there are things you can do to ease the transition! If you've got a climbing trip coming up that you want to prepare for, we've got good news! The Good Spray self-guided training plan sale is on right now. You can get 25% off a self-guided sport climbing program, boulder program, or strength & fingers plan. Head on over to goodsprayclimbing.com/store to check out the deals and grab a plan! Want to master your understanding of how your nutrition, training, and lifestyle play a key role in impacting your hormonal health? Caitlin is collaborating with Emily Smith, The Outdoor Nutritionist, to bring you Bloom, An intimate 8-week coaching experience to get you from confused to empowered when it comes to your hormonal health. This program is for active women and gender queer individuals and includes eight weeks of group calls and educational content as you navigate a web of factors impacting hormonal health. The experience starts August 15th, but right now, you can get $100 off the total investment. Tap the link in our show notes to apply and learn more. https://dirtbagnutritionist.podia.com/bloom-group-coaching-experience?coupon=BLOOMPRESALE Nutrition e-books are here! Check out the Climber's Nutrition Guides to Nutrient Timing, Roadtrip Feeling, and Plant-Based Fueling: https://dirtbagnutritionist.podia.com What's your climbing theme song? Link to take the quiz: https://quiz.tryinteract.com/#/621eca54b3a0ca0018043a7b Enjoying the Podcast? Want more of it? Then get excited for the launch of our Patreon - and with that, Patron-only episodes! Sign up now to support the show and keep the episodes rolling in! The Average Climber Podcast is a part of the Plug Tone Audio Collective. You can learn more about other shows in the collective by going to www.plugtoneaudio.com.
In 1976, a pair of Vietnam vets turned international weed smugglers loaded a twin-engine airplane with 6,000 pounds of primo sinsemilla bud known as Mota Magic. Unfortunately, the ill-fated smuggling run ended in disaster when the planeload of weed crashed into a remote frozen lake tucked away in Yosemite's rugged backcountry. But from that tragedy arose the greatest "gold rush" in cannabis history, as some of the world's top rock climbers, the DEA, forest rangers, and itinerant hippies all raced to pull as many bales of Mota Magic from the frozen lake as possible. This episode was recorded live in Humboldt County, California as part of the Savage Henry Comedy Festival. Special thanks to everyone at Savage Henry, an incredible independent humor magazine and comedy club operating in the heart of America's most famous cannabis cultivation region. GREAT MOMENTS IN WEED HISTORY - LIVE IN PORTLAND ON SEPT 10 Abdullah and Bean will be appearing live at the Helium Comedy Club in Portland, Oregon on September 10th for a live taping of an all-new episode of Great Moments in Weed History. Please grab tickets now, and tell all your friends who live in Oregon to come get high on history with us! PATREON Please support Great Moments in Weed HIstory on Patreon. Supporters get exclusive access to video shows and seshes, plus access to cool rewards like a signed book or signature lighter. And it truly helps us make the best show possible.
We dive in to the back half of the MLB Season as we are in full swing with less than 81 games remaining! Duncan returns from his work trip and we recap a great weekend celebrating Duncan before he gets married! NFL Training camps opened on Tuesday. Tune in for an exciting episode 109! Visit our Facebook group called THE CLIMBERS as we have a huge group of fans on a special Facebook page, just for you! This episode is brought to you by Rugged Roots. We partnered up with Rugged Roots, the BEST in beard grooming products! Visit their website Ruggedroots.com and try our promo code, specifically made for our listeners LADDER20 for 20% off! Visit our new apparel partner, The Great PNW and use code CLIMB20 for 20% off your order at thegreatpnw.com. We are always presented by the Washed Up Network! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and Vurbl, and watch on YouTube! As always, let's Climb The Ladder!
Debra, Diana, and Jesi talk about a lawyer who gave a deadly tour, a dark protocol of Mount Everest climbers, and how aging has changed over time... and albino redwoods.Tell us what sparks your interest on twitter (@interest_spark), facebook, instagram, and TikTok! (@sparkmyinterestpodcast) Send a crazy story or interesting article to email@example.com or through our website sparkmyinterestpodcast.com and we might just discuss it on the show!Articles and other sources:https://allthatsinteresting.com/garry-hoyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Garry_Hoyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holden_Day_Wilsonhttps://allthatsinteresting.com/mount-everest-bodieshttps://youtu.be/vjqt8T3tJIEhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5897168/https://www.tiktok.com/@sugacane22/video/7050305381406575919
Philip Henderson has spent nearly 30 years in the outdoor industry. He has been on several major expeditions including Mount Everest, Mount Denali, Mount Kilimanjaro and Mt Kenya. Most recently, in May 2022, he led the first all Black team on an expedition of Mount Everest. Full show notes at northstarunplugged.com
Matt Shifrin is a rock climber, podcaster, TedTalk speaker, musical composer & inventor. He's also blind. He shares how he invented Lego instructions for the blind & how legos helped him rock climb. He also shares how his experience of the world differs from a sighted person in situations like getting a Lyft & crossing the street & how he's using technology to “see” facial expressions.If you liked this episode, you'll also like episode 41: TWO-TIME QUADRIPLEGIC? FOOTBALL PLAYER TO COMMUNITY CHANGE MAKER
Ever since Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reached the summit of Mount Everest, there has been a long list of firsts: the first ascent without supplemental oxygen, the first in winter, and the first full ski descent, to name a few. The first Black climber reached the roof of the world in 2003. But until this year, no team of Black climbers had done it. Meet one of the climbers in the Full Circle Everest expedition, and learn why he hopes this historic accomplishment shows that Black people belong in outdoor recreation too. For more information on this episode, visit natgeo.com/overheard Want more? Read more about Full Circle Everest, the revolutionary team that made history on the world's highest peak. And go deeper with James's podcast episode featuring an interview with Demond “Dom” Mullins, as well as James's website The Joy Trip Project and his book The Adventure Gap. Black Americans make up just two percent of National Park visitors, according to a 2018 report. Read about how the National Park Service is trying to live up to its credo to provide “Benefit and Enjoyment of the People”—all people. Income disparities and an inability to take time off work can restrict people of color from outdoor recreation. Follow a group of people strapping on crampons and climbing frozen waterfalls for the first time. Also explore: Check out other groups—like Outdoor Afro and Melanin Base Camp—dedicated to diversifying the outdoors. See Everest from above. Panoramic drone photography shows what it's like to stand on the roof of the world. In 2021, researchers announced a new height for Mount Everest: 29,031.69 feet above sea level. Learn how they arrived at such a precise measurement, as well as the biting-cold, middle-of-the-night ascent that made it possible. Everest may be the world's tallest mountain, but K2 is often called the most dangerous. In another Overheard episode, we chronicle the all-Nepali team that climbed K2 in winter, something that had never been done before. If you like what you hear and want to support more content like this, please consider a National Geographic subscription. Go to natgeo.com/exploremore to subscribe today. be5SVDj3608Q1BEMWiWg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices