Functional Training- Q&A with Sean Sewell from Colorado Personal Fitness.

As I progress down this blog journey an important goal of mine is to feature a series of Q&A’s on how others prepare for adventures in the mountains. I am so excited to kick this off with the below Q&A with Sean Sewell from Colorado Personal Fitness. Sean Sewell is a Certified Personal Trainer (andContinue reading “Functional Training- Q&A with Sean Sewell from Colorado Personal Fitness.”

Step 1 Gaining Access

UPDATED BELOW- The first step in my current Flatlander on the Mountain Splitboard project is to find out what local ski mountains allow uphill travel and the research/scout out some non-resort back country areas to ride. This week I started by sending an email to 10 Ski Resorts, these included: Blue Mountain PA, Elk MountainContinue reading “Step 1 Gaining Access”

Uphill Travel….

Last year I went up to NH for a weekend of Ice Climbing with Joe Miller @Sir_st33zy, however rain and warm temps kept us off the the ice. Instead we opted for some backcountry Snowboarding on the mellow slopes near the Mt Washington Cog Railroad. We agreed to hike up and ride down. I wasContinue reading “Uphill Travel….”