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The Snowboarders Podcast is hosted by pro rider Chris Grenier and photographer E Stone with a new guest every week. A great blend of humor and inspiration through the stories of snowboardings top athletes as they take you through their personal journey every week, while navigating life's bomb holes and successes. Stay tuned every week for more. Its available on Youtube as well. Check out BOMBHOLE.COM
 
GEAR:30 is the blister podcast where we dive deep into the details of the most interesting and innovative outdoors gear. We talk with some of our own editors and reviewers about the gear they’ve been testing and what they think of it, and we also talk to product designers, engineers, and athletes about the latest stuff they’ve been working on. Finally, we are going to be talking to some of the owners of our blister recommended shops around the world, to have them weigh in on gear trends and ...
 
Looking for inspiration? There’s nothing like a well-told story that causes you to take action. Join hosts Casey and Brittney as they talk about their adventures, starting a business, and their lives leading up to this podcast. Casey and Brittney keep listeners inspired by offering helpful travel tips, how to travel the world on a budget, and living life on your terms. In addition to providing helpful tips and advice each episode will transport you away from your current reality to a world o ...
 
High-impact interviews for those who love adventure and the outdoors. Host and journalist Shelby Stanger interviews world-class explorers, athletes, authors, scientists, health experts, and entrepreneurs about how they’ve taken their own wild ideas and made them a reality, so you can too. Some of the wildest ideas can lead to the most rewarding adventures. Take a listen to start living more wildly today.
 
We tell the inside stories of the Snow Sports Industry, featuring the behind the scenes glory & grind of those that make our snow world go round. Snowboarding and skiing for a living can get tricky... Highlighting those doing anything to get on snow. Hosted by Pizza (@powdermt), Grandma (@grandma_samomo) & Yuri (@stokedonice) Presented by ElevatedLocals.com and edited by Tayler VanNosdall (@tayleranne__)
 
shralp! is the world leading snowboarding video podcast. Since October 2005 shralp! covers people, WST contests, competitions, powder, big mountains riding, tricks, products, events, video previews and everything else that matters in the snowboard scene.iTunes awarded shralp! "Top 20 Video Podcast Classics" in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Check shralp! on youtube.com/shralpcom and like us on facebook.com/shralp .
 
The Blister Podcast is Blister's series of weekly conversations with the most fascinating and passionate people in the outdoor sports world. We’ll talk with top-level skiers, climbers, mountain bikers, snowboarders, product designers, and various Blister reviewers about their sport, their industry, and whatever else is on their minds— or ours. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
More than 32,000 individuals belong to PSIA-AASI (Professional Ski Instructors of America and American Association of Snowboard Instructors), making it the world’s largest organization dedicated to skiing and snowboarding. Listen in to hear how PSIA-AASI gets people stoked on the ski and snowboard experience. Join us and turn your passion into a profession. Or, take a lesson from us. Friends don’t let friends teach friends. Let the snow fly!
 
A high altitude mountaineer travels through sub-zero temperatures, scales treacherous terrain, and carries hundreds of pounds of supplies. Many of us have very little in common with this person. We don’t need to worry about the lack of oxygen in the air or the extent of frostbite in our toes. Yet, we are all human. There are certain ideas which apply to all of us, no matter if we are standing at 29,029 feet or sea level. Why is it important to step outside of our comfort zone? How do we weig ...
 
Chris Coté and Todd Richards host “The World’s Greatest Action Sports Podcast”! This high-speed, rapid-fire podcast blasts actions sports fans with up-to-date news and views on surfing, skating, and snowboarding featuring special guests adding the M.A.S.S. hysteria and overall awesome vibe of this radical podcast. Yew!
 
Electric People Podcast is full of interviews with those who are making waves in their industry. Whether it be solar, business, climate change, professional sports, real estate, art or skateboarding, our guests are electric. They give insights on how to stay motivated, how to remain consistent, how to come back from failure, and ultimately, how to be a better individual.
 
Olympic and World Champion diver, Laura Wilkinson seeks to equip athletes with the most effective tools that will help them reach their biggest goals in sport through conversations with elite and Olympic athletes, sports professionals, coaches, and experts. In these conversations we unlock the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual tools that shape the whole athlete and generate peak performance.
 
Want to know more about the world of skiing? The Ski Podcast is a UK-based podcast that looks at at all aspects of the world of skiing and snowboarding, from resorts to racing, Ski Sunday to slush. It is hosted by Iain Martin, who is joined by guests from the world of snow to chat about wintery stuff and probe around in the avalanche of ski news. Iain is part of the ski and snowboard industry furniture. He spent many winters in the mountains and went on to found Natives.co.uk (http://natives ...
 
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On today's episode of Stoned Appetit, we get CB back in the booth & we have a fantastic guest on the pod! We sit down with Steven Waters, owner & proprietor of Run for the Roses cocktail bar, located in the basement of the Dairy Block's Free Market.. its a quaint lil cocktail bar that is serving up big flavors & vibes! We talk with Steven about his…
 
Ross Powers had all the chips stacked against him…His life started in leg braces, and things weren't easy. What Ross did have, though, was a strong mom and snowboarding. He strapped in, learned to shred, started winning, and didn't stop until he was an Olympic Gold Medalist and one of the most decorated riders of our time. On this week's podcast, w…
 
Cody and Jonathan discuss athletes & mental health; the affordable housing issues facing mountain towns; Pit Viper vs. far-right extremists (??); the ongoing consolidation of outdoor media; and more. TOPICS & TIMES: Cody & Elyse are gonna be parents! (2:30) Athletes & Mental Health (9:32) Pit Viper vs. the Far Right (24:51) Consolidation in Outdoor…
 
We're doing a surprise episode to tease the first food festival coming out of the pandemic. Denver Burger Battle is THIS WEEK, THIS THURSDAY. If you want to buy tickets go to www.denverburgerbattle.com... on today's episode with sit down with one of the competing teams for this years "Best Burger of Denver", Chef DJ from Briar Commons. We talk abou…
 
From JesseMcNeil.com: “At 37, Jesse McNeil—at times carpenter, commercial fisherman, dabbler in real estate—decided to buy an untrained horse, make himself into a horseman, and ride all the way across the United States, from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. A fiercely independent traveler, Jesse had navigated previous coast-to-coast trips—solo jo…
 
Growing up in Park City, Todd Ligare’s life was based around ski racing and making the US Ski Team. As a teenager, he started traveling the world and after a decade of racing and travel, Todd got slower and while he still earned a scholarship to ski race in college, his race dream had now turned into the Tangerine Dream, he wanted to ski for the bi…
 
Andrew Alexander King tells us about his experience on Denali and some of the most important gear he used. TOPICS & TIMES: The planning (1:32) The Between Worlds Project (3:32) The training (5:51) The surprises (11:41) The gear (18:16) The climb (30:51) What's next (57:54) What We're Celebrating (1:06:26) RELATED LINKS: Our prior podcast on The Bet…
 
On today's episode of Stoned Appetit, presented by Callie's Cannabis we sit down with 2 of the founders from the hottest tequila/mezcal company on the market, Dona Loca's Dana Rodriguez & Karen Ashworth. Dana has been working in the Colorado culinary world for 20+ years and after years of sampling and selling other companies booze, she decided to m…
 
PSIA Alpine Team member, Kevin Jordan, catches up with First Chair to talk about his role as a PMBIA mountain bike instructor and his role at Aspen Snowmass Bike Park. PMBIA stands for the Professional Mountain Bike Instructor Association. Learn about the six skills Kevin teaches to his students in his role mountain bike instructor, such as positio…
 
Joining Laura on the podcast this week is 3 time Olympian and 6 time National Champion in Aerial Skiing, Emily Cook. Currently the manager of sport and human potential at Skullcandy, Emily also manages programming for the non-profit, Classroom Champions, coaches young athletes at the Utah Olympic Park through the US Ski Team’s Elite Aerial Developm…
 
Originally Aired April 13, 2017 Did you ever think it were possible to ride a mountain bike to the South Pole? On January 21, 2014, Daniel Burton became the first person to accomplish this. Self-supported with the exception of three aerial food drops along the way, Daniel rode more than 750 miles over 51 days in blistering winds and various snow co…
 
The new PSIA-AASI National Team will set the standard for snowsports instruction and embody the ski and snowboard experience. In April 2021, PSIA-AASI hand-selected the 37 team members – 8 coaches chosen last season and 29 team members selected spring 2021 – for their range of skills that allow them to serve as inspirational leaders and build enthu…
 
Any long distance hiker will tell you about a magical encounter they had with a trail angel. Trail angels are awesome people who provide support to those on long treks — a meal, a shower or a ride into the nearest town. Barney and Sandy Mann are two of the most well-known trail angels in the U.S. Their house is an hour from the southern terminus of…
 
Jonathan Ellsworth has been in Ketchum, Idaho, this past week hanging out and riding bikes with Blister member, Jake Bilbro, who is the founder of Revelshine. In this conversation, we talk about Jake’s unique background; skiing and wine culture; riding bikes; and more. TOPICS & TIMES: How Jake and Jonathan met (1:20) Winemaking & founding Revelshin…
 
Amie Engerbretson is a pro skier who understands the importance of marketing yourself and creating your own brand more than most. Amie started as a dancer and didn’t make it in that world, so after a 4-year break, Amie decided she wanted to become a pro skier… she had a path, she’s been a ski model with a photographer dad since she was a kid, and s…
 
In Episode 76, we discuss surfing, skateboarding and snow drifts in Switzerland in Crans Montana, Zinal & Zermatt. Plus we chat ski holiday trends for next winter, including the implications of Brexit for British workers, plus we find out what it's like to live in a mountain refuge year round. Iain is joined by Cathy Rankin from Pierre & Vacances a…
 
When Brian realized that he was going to have to teach virtually for the rest of 2020 he saw an opportunity to make an adventure happen. He set out a plan to visit all 32 states of Mexico while teaching full-time at his job in the US. How did he do that on top of road tripping across the US and balancing a full-time job? find out on today’s episode…
 
This spring, Sam Shaheen and four of his friends took on the very big challenge of a Denali expedition. So in this conversation, we get the debrief from Sam, discuss what he and his crew learned in the process, and go over some of the most important gear he used (including a homemade unicorn nose guard), and of that gear, what worked well and what …
 
On part two of "Nurture Week" Kip sits down to chat with Nurture Wellness's Culinary Director, Elizabeth Woodard, aka The Queen of Clean Cooking, aka Bethy Babe (thats Kelly's fault)... We chat with Chef about her backstory and how she found her niche as a wellness chef. With the new summer menu just being revealed last week, we talk about all thin…
 
The new PSIA-AASI National Team will set the standard for snowsports instruction and embody the ski and snowboard experience. In April 2021, PSIA-AASI hand-selected the 37 team members – 8 coaches chosen last season and 29 team members selected spring 2021 – for their range of skills that allow them to serve as inspirational leaders and build enthu…
 
Originally aired June 12, 2017 Teresa Bruce talks about the ultimate road trip where she and her husband Gary drove down the Pan American Highway in a 4-wheel-drive truck searching for people who helped her family survive the same trip 30 years earlier when they did it in a 1968 vintage camper. Teresa's new book The Drive: Searching for Lost Memori…
 
Over the past two decades Chris “Gunny” Gunnarson has been one of the people behind the scenes of snowboarding that helps make it the amazing sport that it is. Starting with building the snowboard parks at Snow Summit and Bear Mountain and then forming S.P.T. having his hand in building over 250 snowboard parks for every cool event in snowboarding …
 
First Chair catches up with PSIA Alpine Team member, Stephen Helfenbein, about Rollerblade’s Skate-to-Ski program that will help you stay in snow shape all summer and help you practice the same fundamentals that lead to great skating and skiing. You can also earn some continuing education units (CEUs) this summer too. Join Stephen and PSIA-AASI Edu…
 
On today's episode of Stoned Appetit, Kip sat down with two of the founders of the now-proclaimed Granola Palace of Denver, The Nurture Wellness Center, Kelly Campbell & Peter Strauss. Nurture is the newest look of what a Home for the Whole Human looks like. From cafe + full bar to acupuncture, or workout class to chakra alignment.. they have somet…
 
When you think of KEEN, you probably think of their iconic sandals, the ones with bungee cord straps and big rubber toe caps. Over the years, KEEN has prioritized social and environmental responsibility. In this bonus episode, Shelby chats with Erik Burbank, the vice-president of the KEEN Effect and Kirk Richardson, a KEEN Effect advisor. Their mis…
 
Ashley has been a professional photographer for almost 2 decades. She started out shooting skateboarding, then worked her ass off and became a top snowboard photographer, landing herself positions at both Transworld Mag. and Snowboarder Mag. She now shoots what ever she wants. From Models, to add campaigns with Nike, to surfing, to Motocross, she d…
 
Full episode and Show Notes - www.wearelookingsideways.comStreet skating legend Cairo Foster is well over two decades into a singular and iconic career. Think ‘two episodes of The Nine Club’ iconic. So when he got in touch to see if I’d be up for having a chat to commemorate the release of his new Actions REALized board, a collaboration between Rea…
 
Today we’re talking with Dr. Rami Hashish about high-level human performance, injury prevention, and how to age well. Dr. Hashish is the founder of the National Biomechanics Institute, has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and a PhD in Biomechanics; serves on the review board for various national and international medical and engineering journals, an…
 
In this episode of Kick Back with VenturedTrails, Casey and Brittney will talk about some cool climate activities and what you might have to change when you camp in the fall or the winter. Things that you thought about beforehand when planning the trip [2:50] Your packing looked a little different than what you do in the summer hands. Hiking in the…
 
“One Axe Fred”, as he’s known, is a thrill-seeking dare-devil that loves a good zipline across an extreme environment. Whether that’s in downtown Toronto ziplining with Richard Branson, or taking clients across an active volcano, Fred is willing to give it a shot! Today Fred joins us to tell us stories from some of his biggest rigged lines as well …
 
Kim has been selling solar since 2019 and quickly found success in the industry. When Covid hit in 2020, she was able to adapt and had the biggest front end production quarters of her career and she hasn't looked back since. Tune in as she talks about taking control of the job and making the decision that this is her career, not just a short term s…
 
This week we’re talking with the co-founder of WaveCel, Dr. Steve Madey. We discuss the origins of and the development of WaveCel; Steve makes what might be the best case we’ve ever heard about why rotational forces play such a critical role in brain injuries; and we discuss how WaveCel compares to MIPS and Koroyd. TOPICS & TIMES: What is WaveCel? …
 
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