This year, I changed the way I deal with injury | 5 Dec 2018

The flip switched in May of this year. We were in St. George, Utah and I was having knee problems again. (more...) [5 comments]

Start where you are | 28 Nov 2018

Started at the bottom… now we’re… slightly above the bottom? (more...) [0 comments]

Why It’s Okay To Get Rusty | 24 Oct 2018

The path to improvement is not a straight line. There are dips and valleys and — most critically — you actually need these dips and valleys to reach higher peaks. (more...) [0 comments]

Here’s What I Did Differently This Year | 10 Oct 2018

What did I do differently? Nearly everything. (more...) [3 comments]

5 Reasons MTB Skills Coaching Matters | 5 Sep 2018

EXCITING NEWS FIRST!!! I want to share that Macky and I will be leading a 2-day skills clinic with Lee from Lee Likes Bikes in Boulder, CO this October 6-7!! This clinic is going to be AWESOME. The first day … (more...) [10 comments]

My Full-Face Doesn’t Make Me Safer | 4 Jul 2018

My full-face isn’t what makes me safe on a bike. My skills, experience and decision-making do that, and they do it way better than any face-shaped piece of plastic (more...) [2 comments]

Sometimes A Jump is Just A Jump | 23 May 2018

So often in life we get wrapped up on our obstacles, and on what we need to do to overcome them. And that’s great and all. I’m all for overcoming obstacles. But if our perspective is too narrow, we run the risk of creating obstacles where there are none. (more...) [7 comments]

This Year Feels Different | 25 Apr 2018

My main take-away from this year’s “warm-up” race at Sea Otter: It is interesting (and interestingly satisfying) to do a race and feel like your expectations are actually in line with reality. That is a fancy way of saying that … (more...) [0 comments]

How to ACTUALLY Listen to Your Body as An Athlete | 11 Apr 2018

This is a common refrain in the world of athletics, but WHAT DOES IT MEAN AND HOW DO YOU ACTUALLY DO IT? (more...) [0 comments]