A podcast dealing with Mountain Athletes: Training, Personal Stories, Interviews and How To episodes.
Killian Jornet and David Goettler talk about Everest 2021
Killian Jornet and David Goettler recently returned from an attempt at an unassisted, oxygen-less ascent of Everest. Scott Johnston unpacks their experiences of acclimatization, and training cycles at altitude; the unique situation of climbing big mountains, post-lockdown; and the influences of social media on the projection and attainment of goals.
Training for Juniors, with Scott and Maya
In this episode, Scott Johnston is joined by fellow Uphill Athlete coach Maya Seckinger as they discuss training for juniors: how junior training differs from that of adults; tailoring training to the needs of kids; age-appropriate training for specific levels of development; and their personal experiences of training as juniors themselves.
Talking Climbing Everest at 75 Years Old with Art Muir
At 75 years old, Art recently summited Mt. Everest, making him the third-oldest person to have attained this feat. In this episode, Scott, Art, and his coach Seth Keena recap Art's experiences on the expedition, and the training process leading up to his summit bid, going back 2 plus years.
Learning from Failure: Scott Johnston's Early Days Of Climbing
Scott Johnston talks to Sam Naney, describing in hilarious detail several lessons from his earliest days of climbing: Not nailing initial plans and objectives; successes and failures; and the beauty and wisdom to be found in the exuberance of youth.
Talking Speed and Form for Endurance Athletes
In this episode, Scott Johnston and Sam Naney discuss the subject of speed, an often overlooked element in endurance sports.
Talking Injury Recovery and Self Identity with Hillary Allen
In this episode Steve House is joined by Hillary Allen. Hillary endured a tragic accident while competing in Sky Running (an ultra distance technical ridge running race). She and Steve recap her experiences of this accident, the grief and unexpected loss of sense of self that arose, and Hillary's path to recovery. Hillary documents this process in her book: Out and Back: A Runner's Story of Survival Against All Odds.