Another jam-packed Weekly Stoke where we ask why we climb mountains and how to get things done in the cold. Among other awesome things. Here we go!
Some Minnesota physicians who happen to be runners give their advice on how to train in the cold outside.
This writer answers the question why people choose to climb Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks. I can relate!
Speaking of climbing, Alex Honnold writes about what it takes to go from a good climber to one who has reached the top of the free-solo world.
If you’re a Pittsburgh Steelers fan, you know who Alan Faneca is. But now out of football, this former NFL offensive lineman is now a sub-4-hour marathoner. Check out his story here.
Here’s a guide for trail runners who want to run the Grand Canyon from rim-to-rim-to-rim.
This blogger provides some answers as to why marathoners often get sick after a big race.
And finally, one of the best videos I’ve seen of Felix Baumgartner’s historic supersonic skydive. The footage came from multiple cameras he had attached to his jumpsuit. Trust me, this is worth the eight minutes.