Located between our BowFlex and Shake Weight Pro, the TeleManiac is the preferred piece of workout equipment at the Teton Gravity Research fitness center. Every morning the TGR office staff cranks up Fatboy Slim and sessions theses three machines in a heart-pounding circuit. After, we finish things up with a round of protein shakes. Some call it team building, we call it Monday morning. This is how we continue to dominate the game.
Randall Jacobs was a self-described Arizona desert rat, Telluride ski bum, and connoisseur of the better things in life. Legacy.com photo. We never knew Randall Jacobs, but we sure wish that we did. Randall Jacobs, a self-described Arizona desert rat, Telluride ski bum, and connoisseur of the better things in life known as “Uncle Bunky” passed away earlier this month. According to his legendary obituary, crafted by his nephew, pays homage to the hang-loose lifestyle Jacobs seemed to
This weekend marked the re-opening of perhaps the most iconic ski lift in the world: the Aiguille du Midi’s Telepherique in Chamonix, France. Home to unquestionably the gnarliest lift-access terrain in the world, the Midi was closed for most of its prime spring season, leaving local skiers and riders frothing to get back up into the icy heights of the Mont Blanc Massif as soon as possible. Their prayers were answered this past weekend. RELATED: Check Out Vol. 1 Of the TGR Journal None
In this installment of Women in the Mountains, we caught up with skier, podcast host, and climate change activist Amie Engerbretson. Hear why she's not tiptoeing around the subject of climate change anymore. Jeff Engerbretson. “You’re a hypocrite.” It’s a critique climate change activists know too well, and it knocks the wind out of you. Instead of addressing your argument, that jab points attention to whatever flaws you might have. The fact you still drive a car, enjoy a nice steak here