Ohio Gyms…

Last weekend, there being snow at rocktown, I decided to drive up to Cleveland to hit the rock gym there. Its about the 2nd or 3rd closes gym to me here in WV - though we're getting a gym here in Charleston VERY soon!!! When I was in High School - pr...

Daily Life, Running, Eating

My Aunt and Uncle got me a George Foreman grill for christmas, so I've been using it every day for lunch, which is a chicken breast (comes frozen) - they're actually quite good, filling and very healthy! I was surprised at how easy it was for me to ea...

Been a while…

Its been a while since Ive been blogging. I don't know why - maybe I'm just lazy or maybe I'm so burried in my training and work? No its probably that I just fear that I've fallen into another of life's "traps" - you know the whole steady job, workin...

Malcolm Daly on NPR

Our very own Malcolm Daly recently sat down with NPR radio and discussed this year's Adventure Film Festival, currently running in Boulder.  To read more and listen to the interview, click on the link below... http://www.cpr.org/article/Risky_Business

A few days at Bishop

The past few days at BIshop have been pretty good - though i'm kinda getting my butt kicked - and sorta not. I'm repeating just about everything I did last time pretty fast - did "Bowling Pin" at V4 third go. and aparently, the only guidebook said th...

Day 3…Bishop…

Day 3:We had a really good excuse for flailing today – it was day 3 in a row on. Well…we did sort of take it easy the past two days – but well…that’s a good excuse right? Ryan and Hiked up to the Happys this morning. Ryan was ------ this c...

Day 1 and 2 of my Bishop Trip

Day 1:
 After closing on my house, (9am – 9:50am,) I picked up Ryan and we hit the road. We drove for 25.5 hours, from Charleston WV, to Rifle, Colorado. (1540 miles) – It was pretty rough – and let me tell you – Kansas is the WORST state t...
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Ty Foose featured in Urban Climber

Cool article about Ty Foose in the latest Urban Climber magazine.  Ty was a driving force behind the creation of e-grips. Check out e-grips.com to read more about Ty's pioneering efforts in the world of climbing holds! http://www.e-grips.com/history.html