Why do adventure sports? Sarah Williams does an amazing job of answering that question on today's show. Whether travelling throughout South America, Climbing, Kilimanjaro or running the Marathon Des Sables, Sarah knows how to do adventure. AND she also introduces us to her show, The Tough Girl Podcast! It is not always easy to incorporate more adventure into your life. Sarah shares her story of how she not only plugged into adventure, but is also creating an adventure-based lifestyle.
If you know what the Darien Gap is, you know that most travelers opt to go around it by boat or over it by plane. Today’s guest, JD Smith, decided to go through the 99 mile long jungle by motorcycle instead. Needless to say, this is not your ordinary two-wheeled adventure.
Everything you need to know about how to get started and advance in the wonderful sport of mountain biking! Listen in as Curt takes us on a journey, not only on how to be a better biker, but also a journey through a day at the NICA Colorado State High School Championship races. What a blast!
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Emma Timmis is always on the move following her adventure dreams around the world. She won the United Kingdom's 2015 Adventurer of the Year for her 89-day, 2500 mile run across Africa from the Atlantic ocean east to the Indian ocean. She's on the show to tell about this and a few of her other adventures.
Founder of City Kids Wilderness Project, Randy Luskey, joins us today to talk about backpacking, mountaineering, and especially about the value of nature and adventure sports for kids. Randy founded City Kids in 1996. City Kids focuses on long-term youth engagement and experiential education. In short, they work with kids academically and in nature to teach goal setting and how to overcome challenges. What happens when kids connect with nature? Magic. Magic happens.
Imagine the Hurculean effort it takes to summit 29,035' Mt Everest. Now imagine reaching the summit and enjoying the fruits of your accomplishment only to realize your vision is fading rapidly with no one around to help you get back down. Brian Dickinson is on the show to tell us about his Blind Descent.
This is one of the best shows we have done on sport rock climbing. Mike Melanson joins us today to provide a fantastic introduction to technical climbing as well as to share with us about his exciting company, On Sight Public Affairs, that works to connect people with nature and to protect the environment. Mike explains how - as exciting as trad climbing is - it can also be a very safe and fulfilling adventure sport. Wanna climb? Check this show out!
Lyndon Poskitt is an accomplished motorcycle racer and mechanical engineer from North Yorkshire in the United Kingdom. He had an accident in 2013 that landed him in the hospital just long enough to contemplate how he was spending his time in life. This started Lyndon on his 2 1/2 year journey called Races to Places where he rides his modified KTM 690 Rally around the world entering it into local rally races. I caught up with Lyndon in El Paso, TX as he prepares to continue on the next leg of R2P down into South America to compete in the 2017 Dakar Rally in January.
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Adventure Sports are more fun when we are healthy. Dr. Zack Alme is an adventure sports enthusiast who enjoys mountain biking, skiing, fishing among others. But more than that, he knows how to achieve and maintain the health and fitness these great sports demand. Zack Joins us today to share tons of great information about fitness, health, healing, diet, supplements, and even overcoming cancer. No, this is not a dry "we ought to eat right and exercise" show. This is the real deal. If you want a boost in your performance or even just a boost off the couch, this show is for you!