I work as a Licensed Psychotherapist, I play as an Ironman triathlete. I am also a former Stand-Up Comic. That about sums up my life and my philosophy; do meaningful work, enjoy your body, and laugh, a lot. How would my triathlon coaching differ from other triathlon coaches? Simple. I want to consider your whole mental and emotional… Read more →
Living a life beyond limits can mean climbing mountains, rowing across oceans, or leaving your day job to take on an epic adventure. But at Beyond Limits Magazine, we believe it is more than that. We believe that the only rule for living a life beyond limits is that you live your life in a way that makes you happy,… Read more →
I found all through my journey that if I had a destination in which, upon arrival, I could spend some time seeing the local sights and meeting people, then returning to the solitude and grind of endless days on the bike was not so bad. In fact, after a few days resting in a place I was usually ready and motivated for the next step of the journey.
It’s hard to explain exactly the appeal of spending 3 and a half months alone riding a bicycle through various types of tortuous terrain, and I’m not sure exactly why I decided to do it.
A couple of weeks back I had the opportunity to speak with Dave Cornthwaite and he said something that stuck with me. “I get so tired of people saying, ‘I wish I could,’” Dave said, “They just need to take action. Get get up and figure how to do that thing they wish they could do.” I understand… Read more →
Epic Bill Bradley believes adventures should be epic. Once one challenge has been accomplished he sees no need to go back and do it again unless there is a way of upping the ante. Sometimes this means failure, as in his 4 attempts at the English Channel and 2 attempts at Arrowhead 135, but sometimes it means utter and complete… Read more →
Mirinda Carfrae wrestled with doubts, and thinking about the expectation that she should “go to university” where she could get her university degree and get a real job.