Day One at the Utah Olympic Park

Posted by piphunt on October 3, 2012 in Adventures of Pip, skiing

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxZCaU2CXbM&list=UUiTR_zJV0cB8l8qSBYya-eg&index=4&feature=plcp[/youtube] Taken from the Mountain Athlete website, read the full piece there!   Fear and Flipping in Park City    “Sometimes the best thing to do is just do it. When my athletes are trying a new trick, I never give them any direction the first time. I just tell them to try,” […]

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Weekend Warrior: No Training, Only Playing!

Posted by piphunt on August 17, 2011 in Adventures of Pip

When I was a kid (and kid is a loose term, because technically I’m still a kid), it used to drive me NUTS when my dad would talk to me about training. He is an avid cyclist, nordic skier, and runner. He is constantly in training mode and his body is constantly begging for a […]

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Strength and Happiness

Posted by piphunt on August 4, 2011 in Adventures of Pip, Fitness

I feel strong! Not “I just PR’ed on my back squat strong” or “I kicked butt in the WOD” strong, but indomitably strong. I feel like everything is finally coming together; I know what food my body needs to thrive, what it can tolerate in small doses, and what food I need to run from. I know […]

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Working to Fail or Why I Train

Posted by piphunt on November 6, 2010 in Adventures of Pip, Fitness

Failure isn’t something many of us readily accept in our daily lives. After all, it is un-American to fail. But as the cliché goes, failure can make us stronger. Ironically, I’ve been pushing myself to the point of failure a lot lately. Bailing on squats, cleans, or dead lifts has become part of my daily […]

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