This week we interview Chris Davenport. A two-time World Champion big-mountain skier based in Aspen, Colorado. What has impressed us most about Chris is not that he’s summited Everest or skied the 100 highest peaks in Colorado or raise three-humans (all skiers) with his wife, but that he has managed to transition through numerous evolutions as skier to maintain a 25-year professional athletic career. It’s uncommon for people to have a 25-year career doing anything, let alone skiing, but Chris has figured out how.Read More
Do you associate feminine qualities with weakness and masculine qualities with strength, even subconsciously? Do you see that as a problem? Have you ever found yourself acting a certain way because that’s how you think you’re supposed to act?
Our hope is that after listening to this episode with this week’s guest Amy Stanton, you’ll reflect on some of your own masculine and feminine qualities and think about how those traits can better serve you in reaching your goals.
Maybe it’s a simple as changing the way you think about those traits. Perhaps, if you recognize how you use those qualities, you can actually choose to tap into them differently in certain situations. And MAYBE, just maybe, you have more tools in your toolbox than you ever knew!Read More
This week’s guest is one-of-a-kind. Lindsey Richter is the founder and Director of Inspiration for Ladies AllRide, a women’s mountain bike clinic series that travels the US. Her larger-than-life personality may have gotten her into trouble on reality television (Season 3 of Survivor), but has allowed her to lead women into personal transformation on their mountain bikes. Lindsey goes deep in this episode and gives us a whole new perspective on growth through pain and suffering.Read More
This week on the podcast, Kristi & I take on the task of discussing a complex topic: the pursuit of female equality in sport (and life). Our goal is to explore the path to achieving equality for women in sports. Simply put, we want more women & girls to play sports and strongly believe that fighting for equality for professional female athletes is a major part of the solution.Read More
Sierra Quitiquit is one of the most misunderstood women in the ski industry. All too easy to dismiss her talents and work ethic because of her stunning looks and laid-back vibes. (Shame on us.) It’s been an honor to get to know Sierra over the last couple years & it’s even more of a privilege to share her story with you. To put it frankly, Sierra has been through some SHIT in her life. Through it all, she has managed to maintain a grounded, positive, and grateful perspective on the gift of life. She’s learned to use her heart as her compass, has worked her ass off for her successes and is here to tell us how we can too.Read More
You know those people that you meet and you think "is this really your life?!" Alyssa is one of those people. A self-professed storyteller, Alyssa has spent her life learning to hone her curiosity and talkative nature into a successful career. It all started in elementary school with reading the morning announcements to help redirect those tendencies... Alyssa has gone on to have a prolific career as sports writer & broadcaster for ESPN. Not only does she cover traditional ball sports, she has carved out a niche in the outdoor adventure and action sports realms.Read More
Ho.Ly. This week's guest was such a pleasure to have on the show!! Rachel showed up, fully available & ready to share the insights into what makes her world go round. She has carved a unique and prosperous niche for herself as an artist & outdoors-woman. Rachel has blended her multiple passions into a viable platform from which she creates the change she wants to see in the world.Read More
Our guest this week is Dr. Kevin Stone, a cutting edge orthopedic surgeon at The Stone Clinic in San Francisco. Dr. Stone has issued approximately 50 US patents and is constantly innovating the field of sports medicine. We were so fortunate to spend this hour with Dr. Stone and know that you’re going to walk away with a renewed outlook on the relationship you have with your body & the possibilities for your athletic potential.Read More
This week on the podcast, Kristi and I sit down to discuss the interplay between fear & confidence. There's no denying that fear can be a dominant force in our lives. But throughout our years of competing, training & pushing the limits, we've realized the benefit that comes from facing our fears. Fear is like the ironclad lock on a vault full of gold. When you can break through fear, a rich & fulfilling life awaits.Read More