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“Working with AJ over the past year has been an phenominal experience! Not only has he helped me reach my cycling goals, but he also helped me recover from an injury that probably would have ended my racing career had I not been coaching with him. Overall I would 100% recommend him to anyone who wants to be serious about racing, or even just wants to get more fit!”

— David Bennet

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  • Do Something Unreasonable.

    Today Ashton and I went to go ski a peak in Big Springs. It’s one of the first peaks on lookers left that you can see from the parking lot. After about a mile of skinning up the road we started breaking trail. It’s wild how little traffic this area sees. It hasn’t snowed in… Read more

  • Too Busy?

    A few minutes ago I walked out of one of my all time favorite lectures. The professor was my Dad, and the discussion was about time relativity. The class is positive psychology and we discuss the methods for living a happy life. The class is small, with 15 students who all have remarkably similar in… Read more

  • I Bonked

    While I was driving my Moped back to Provo I was stopped at the light by Provo Canyon and a car full of teenagers rolled down their window and were videoing me and hyping me up! I guess a guy in an all bright blue ski kit with skis strapped to his side sometimes looks… Read more

  • Skiing Squaw Peak

    One of my good friends and ski partners Ashton Jenson wanted to ski Squaw Peak. He’s a runner in the summer and it’s a fairly common run for him and so he wanted to ski it just to say he’s done it. We weren’t expecting great skiing, but rather to check off a peak that… Read more

  • It’s All Time Right Now.

    Today I felt pretty gangster as I set out on my moped with new snow on the ground, 19 degrees, and some good sun. It’s amazing how dressing appropriately makes it totally reasonable. Thankfully the main roads had been plowed pretty well and so it was safe. I met John at the mouth of Provo… Read more

  • Motivation

    Today I gave a talk (sermon) at my Church about the law of obedience. The law of obedience is being willing to follow all of the commandments that God has given us. It made me think of three reasons why we could be motivated to do something: I’ve thought about how this applies to backcountry… Read more

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