My friend Josue took me and Tom to one of his favorite training spots in Austin, TX. His training method is an awesome blend of natural movement; wilderness parkour, running, bouldering, climbing, and strength/endurance training with natural objects. You can call it whatever you want but there is no doubt that it is one of […]Read more "Josue’s Gym"
This summer I felt like I can finally call myself a mountain runner. I have spent as much time as I can up in the Cascades running as deep and far as I could get in a day. As well as running in the mountains in Utah. Here is a video I made for Luna […]Read more "Alpine Lakes Wilderness"
Throughout most of my childhood and adolesence two landmarks held my bearings of what I knew as home. They were both comforting and enchanting. To the east was the towering Wasatch mountains jutting straight out of the flat valley to 11,000+ feet. The Wasatch run north to south and stretch from the Idaho-Utah border all […]Read more "The Wild Great Salt Lake"
Deep in Las Barrancas del Cobre, on the trails of the Rockies, and in the hearts of the muchos Mas Locos all over the world, runs the spirit and legacy of Micah True. Words can’t express my sadness for his loss. With this sadness I also want to express my celebration for his life and […]Read more "Run Free! The legacy of Micah True"
Here are a few videos from our stay in Hawaii in December. This is at the South Point of the Big Island. The first three videos are jumping into the blowhole and the last is jumping off the cliff. The videos are by Eli Duke. Eli and Bookis into the blowhole: Eli, me, and […]Read more "Jumping into a blowhole! Hawaii Dec. 2011"