Though they are many, I'm admittedly not great about highlighting my clients' accomplishments. In truth this is because I regard each of their journeys as spirit-athletes to be so sacred, so individual, that I have a strict non-disclosure agreement between me and them. Their stories are theirs to tell—and theirs alone.
However, I felt a quick roundup of their work was long overdue. This list is not comprehensive but I thought it useful to share a few successes emblematic of the athletes I coach.
So, some cool stories from 2018 so far:
Recovered from septic knee injury to run longest run ever while six months pregnant.
Completed the X-Pyr event, flying a paraglider and running the span of the Pyrenees.
Ran first ultra—while four months pregnant.
Climbed first outdoor lead successfully at eight months postpartum.
Ran ten miles in the mountains, joyfully.
Completed first fifty miler—and fast.
Used mindfulness practice and personalized training plans to recover from guiding-induced hyperthyroidism.
It is also meaningful to me that none of my athletes sustain overuse injuries or become overtrained while under my coaching. They all report that lessons on mindful movement are their most treasured takeaways. This work brings me great joy—I am honored to work with every single one of these humans and the ones I didn't mention, too.