It's been awhile since I've checked in with my friend Randy Pierce back in New Hampshire. Those of you who have been following this blog for some time now, will remember my tales of hiking with Randy in the mountains of New Hampshire. Randy, and his guide d...
December Re-Cap: Miles Run: 139.40 Miles (+2.8) [New December Record] # of Runs: 18 (+1) Avg Miles: 7.74 (-0.3) Month Starting Weight: 159.4 lbs. Month Ending Weight:159.4 lbs. Weight Change: (0 lbs) Race/Run Results: 12/14 Sawmill Fat Ass 50K: 7:45 - 7th/...
It's time to get ready for the 2014 Edition of STREAK! In this post we're going to outline the rules for this years edition and how you could win a 2014 Human Potential Prize Pack by participating. The STREAK! challenge is designed for you to get out and RU...
::sigh:: You thought it was over, yet.. there's always more. Before I go any further, if you're done hearing about Leadville, my thoughts on Leadville, disagree with my completely on Leadville.. just stop reading. I think that truly is the beauty of this on...
Regular readers of this blog may recall the exchange of posts on this blog about The Leadville Trail 100. These posts focused on my own personal opinions about what needs to take place in Leadville in order for Lifetime to resurrect what once was, an outlin...
The sport of ultra running continues to grow at a break neck pace. It seems like only a few years ago that many of the veterans in our sport were exchanging e-mails on the ultra-list, about how they expected this growth in our sport was merely a fad. A fad ...
It was 2008 when I directed my first ultramarathon. Held in Pittsfield, VT (home of Peak Races) I directed a 50 mile, 100 mile and 200 mile event. The course was incredibly tough as the 200 milers ran up and down a mountain with 1500' of gain and 1500' of l...
The Fat Ass.. what I consider to be one of the most vital and under appreciated, under utilized, avenues of our sport. I have enjoyed, greatly, the opportunity to create, organize and host a collection of seasonal Fat Ass events since 2005. Over the years, ...
- Colorado Wilderness Rides and GuidesGuide/Intern, 2011 - 2013
- Eastern Mountain SportsGuide, 2006 - 2010
- Patriot LandscapingCrew Chief/Laborer, 2002 - 2008
- WMUR News 9Production Assistant, 2004 - 2006
- Discovery Channel StoresStock, 2001 - 2002
- Wendy's2001 - 2001
- TargetLevel 1 Hardlines, 2000 - 2001
- NAMCO Pool & PatioStock/Sales, 1997 - 2000
- Rising Stars Sports Complex1994 - 1996
- Marshall's1996 - 1997
- University of New HampshireOutdoor Education, 2007 - 2011
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Sherpa John: Human Potential: VB: High Line Canal 100K
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Sherpa John: Human Potential: 2012 Winter Expeditions
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