Walking for Power
Whether you are an athlete, looking to lose fat, build muscle or an outdoor enthusiast, walking is the bees knees. Also, really good for your knees, as it turns out. Powerlifter, fighter, baseball player or mountain climber, the bulk of your training should be specific to your goals. Secondary to that, heavy conditioning is the gold standard for building a better foundation, increasing General Physical Preparedness and improving work capacity. The problem is, there’s only so much heavy conditioning you can do without hitting a wall or seeing your training slip backwards. Athletes of all kinds tend to fall into...
El Capitan, a three-thousand-foot vertical granite monolith of the natural world.
The adventure ahead will not be easy, there will be no fanfare for completion, no audience to perform for – the journey is the reward and the accomplishment is deeply personal. As outdoor adventurers, these are the ideals we search for; the chance to find ourselves through the toil and beauty of the natural world. The chance to stand somewhere few dare to dream, to see the world through the lens in reverse, through time itself.