Brian Schilling’s 4:57 Mile

Q:  You recently ran a 4:57 mile at 50 years old!  How did you accomplish such an incredible run!?  A:  I ran track and cross country in college but post-college mostly focused on bike racing, so I hadn’t run a timed mile or anything on the track in about 28 years. A few years ago…

Meet the July Challenge 2020 winners

JENNY CHARLES Q: You reached 46,564 vertical feet throughout July!! What was your toughest, single adventure last month? A:  Hiking up Glory – while it definitely wasn’t one of my long journeys last month, the steepness always gets me breathing hard!   Q:  What’s your “go-to” trail snack? A: PIZZA – always in my pack on…

Hayden Hilke’s PT Journey

Q: How and why did you end up becoming a PT? A;  I was moderately accident-prone in my 20’s.  Therefore, a series of unfortunate accidents led me toward a desire to learn how to take care of my damaged body.  After my 3rd sled ride down the mountain, I started taking prerequisites for PT school. Q:…

Cassandra Fuller’s PT Journey

Q: How and why did you end up becoming a PT? A: Physical Therapy was only on the periphery of my radar until a trip to South Africa as a college freshman when I volunteered with a PT. I fell in love with her ability to interact with her patients and directly affect their quality of life with…

WOW by Coach Jeff | Climb Workout

Rock climbers supplement!  This is for those of you who are starting to ramp up your climbing in anticipation for fall sending temps!  Training antagonist muscle groups is important to keep rock climbers balanced and pain free.  This workout incorporates pushing motions, scapula and rotator cuff stabilization, wrist extensions and leg work.  The idea is…