I would like to encourage people to get out there and do their own expeditions and follow their dreams by showing them how expeditions are done by ordinary people, like themselves, who are simply prepared to step out of conventional life and indulge in the extraordinary.
I love the warrior theme. I have always loved reading as a boy stories of GI Joe, Navy Seals, Special Forces, Samarai Warriors, Mongol Warriors and the list goes on. When I turned 31, I achieved a dream of receiving my black belt in Tae Kwon Do from my Grand Master who was a 9th degree Black Belt from the… Read more →
Despite continual security problems, the burgeoning nation of Afghanistan is emerging and beginning to attract tourist attention from the rest of the world. Not in the most obvious way. We here on Beyond Limits have covered skiing from several angles and yet never expected to find ourselves talking about the introduction of ski culture to the Afghan mountains. It’s a… Read more →
Freeride skiing is not a rigid strive to knock milliseconds of your time but a style of skiing firmly rooted in freedom, exploration and finally fun.
instead of beating myself up and wishing I was “finished already” I want the race to be about being present to where I am and to the now of each moment
I hope everyone likes this video I put together of my journey from zero triathlons in August of 2009 to competing and finishing the Louisville Ironman on August 29th. This 7 minute video starts a couple of days prior to the event and captures key points of the race. Enjoy and let me know what you think. Recommend on Facebook… Read more →
Well friends, let me tell you, the socks, at least for me, can make a world of difference. Let me set the scene for you. Imagine a guy, on a 22 mile training run. It is a hot Friday afternoon. The heat index is reading 99 degrees and he still has 6 miles to go. Though he has liberally applied… Read more →