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You’ve identified your goal(s) in part one. Here are some tips for finding and maintaining the motivation necessary to succeed. Finding Motivation 1) Identify what Motivates You All of us can find motivation. Negative motivation,...

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Colorado Weekend on Mt. Yale

Colorado Weekend

February 28, 2013

Colorado Weekend on Mt. Yale....

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Winter, work, kids, cookies and past fitness failures will have a hard time holding you back this year. Browse this list of fitness goal tips to find the motivation you need to identify, train for...

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All I Can Ski Movie Trailer

All.I.Can Movie Trailers

February 4, 2013

All.I.Can is cinematic artistry. Calling this a ski film is an injustice.  The beauty of this videography demands attention, regardless of the viewers interest, or lack thereof, in the sport. No need to wonder what gift...

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Billy Mills is the only American ever to win the 10,000 meters at the Olympics, and only the second Native American to win a gold medal. Watch as he gets pushed, the race looks lost,...

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Kilian Jornet is unknown to mainstream American sports fans, and it is a shame because he is one of the world’s premiere athletes.  After obliterating countless international running and skiing competitions, Kilian appears to be...

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A true artist and professional vagabond, Joe Grant and his Alpine Works project consistently capture the strange tension of delicate beauty and raw natural forces we experience as life. His word-smithing and adventures are a...

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Terry Fox’s story is known by too few people (outside of Canada). After a malignant tumor in his right leg required the leg be amputated six inches above the knee, Terry determined to run across...

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