Ayer todavía pude aprovechar y me escapé a entrenar aprovechando que me soltaron del collar 🐶. Además tuve la suerte de encontrarme a mi Laurita y a mi Carmen, además de a Pablo y Eli en el aparcamiento del Matterhorn 😜🏃🏻♂️🏞️🤰
Esta semana haremos un poco de musculación y series, que tengo los tobillitos cargauuuus 😅
Late post but... I made it! Turns out a pandemic can really slow down a hike, but I'm happy to announce that New Zealand finally gave me the all clear to finish the Te Araroa. This is the 7th long distance trip I've completed for injured veterans - so far I've hiked, kayaked, or cycled over 18,000 miles and raised over $33,000 for this cause.
Being stuck in New Zealand due to covid-19 worked out better than I could have hoped. The lockdown meant I had to figure out a way to shelter in place just days before I was due to reach the southern terminus. I was fortunate enough to connect with a group of backpackers in a similar situation and spent the duration of the lockdown with them. I've gotten to know some amazing people as a result, and made some great friends too. I want to thank the Quaranteam for the good times we had during the shutdown. I will miss you guys.
Thank you again to all of you that have followed along with my journey to raise money for injured veterans. I'm back in Austin now, resting up for my upcoming trip. Stay tuned for details!
These days I’m becoming more and more convinced that there is no such thing as a good excuse. Lack of gym equipment has led me to start getting creative with my workouts. I call these the mountain man Dips. Stay strong and stay resourceful friends.
Monday’s are your chance to push the restart button and to start fresh. But you don't need to set out and run a marathon in a day. Please don't! Why not try doing two loops round your local neighbourhood or getting that workout in before a day of zoom calls. You've got this!
Our #Nuband moment of the day is by @ayanligorio featuring our Nuband Pro. The perfect accessory for all your fitness travels.
In the day of ultra light hunting it’s rare to see a sheath knife in the field. It’s even rarer to find a person who can use one!
Growing up in a family of outdoorsman and butchers, knife skills, axe skills and chainsaw skills were a requirement.
I’ve used the @robert_herbert helium for some time now. It’s a great knife and super light. I’m a sheath knife man always have been and I would rather carry 150grams of extra knife as I’ve seen the benefits ten fold. I’ve had dead sambar in snow and rain as darkness closes in when guys have pleaded for my sheath knife with a pissy havalon to cape and butcher. Let them learn their lesson I say, Rob is a legend and I can’t say enough about how they help people out!
Can’t wait to give this a work out. Going straight up on the buffalo so will be a good test going up against Winkler knives from the last couple of years. #mountainman#sambarhunting#sambarhuntingaustralia#wilddeer#wilddeermag#zeissaustralia#sitkagear#stoneglacier
Bagged the third highest peak in California over the weekend. 14,252 ft 🏔✅
Proud of myself for staying focused and getting through the long 20 mile trek. Road to the trailhead was inaccessible due to heavy snow/ice which added an additional 6 miles... but you know what they say. No 14er is easy! 😅