Episode Eight: Latoya Shauntay Snell – The Power In YOU

W. Eric Snell, Sr. (IG: esnelldesign) Latoya is a lot of things. She's an athlete, a mom, a chef, an endometriosis warrior, a body positivity advocate, a social media influencer… the list goes on. You really can't fit her big personality in a box.In this episode, we talk about all of these topics… and more! … Continue reading Episode Eight: Latoya Shauntay Snell – The Power In YOU

The Ultimate Guide To Being Eaten Alive By Mosquitoes

How one backpacking trip in the Eastern Sierras taught me everything I needed to know about camping in mosquito country. “They’re voracious little bastards, aren’t they?” I ask as I smash one into my forehead. “Yeah, they sure are.” Lynne replies, seemingly unperturbed. They’re buzzing around my ears, going up my nose, biting me on … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide To Being Eaten Alive By Mosquitoes

Episode Seven: Managing Your Mental Space with Danielle Snyder

https://soundcloud.com/womxnofthewild/episode-seven-managing-mental-space-with-danielle-snyder Danielle is a mental health therapist and running coach, and she’s found a beautiful way to marry those two things into a business called Inner Drive Athlete. Danielle specializes in helping athletes overcome mental blocks and negativity, among other things in conjunction with their training. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to … Continue reading Episode Seven: Managing Your Mental Space with Danielle Snyder

Girl Talk: Techniques To Manage Your Period In The Backcountry.

How I Managed My Period While Backpacking The John Muir Trail. The day was hot. My feet were wet from the most recent creek crossing, the loose, powdery trail dust was quickly filling my shoes and turning to mud. My feet started blistering. We planned on having a big mileage day and I was determined … Continue reading Girl Talk: Techniques To Manage Your Period In The Backcountry.

Episode Six: Toeing the Line With Kaytlyn Gerbin

Kaytlyn is an elite runner for The North Face, a bioengineer, and all-around amazing human. And… I have to admit, she’s one of my personal heroes. We chat about what it was like for her to become a professional athlete and the challenges that come along with it, including imposter syndrome. We also chat about … Continue reading Episode Six: Toeing the Line With Kaytlyn Gerbin

Episode Five: Finding Food Freedom with Amanda Johnson

Amanda Johnson is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, but we don't talk shop about nutrition in this episode. Instead, we chat about Amanda's struggle with an eating disorder and her recovery, and how it's influenced her life. Amanda is passionate about helping people find balance between the body and the mind, and that shines through … Continue reading Episode Five: Finding Food Freedom with Amanda Johnson

Hiking Guide: Mount Wilson in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, NV

By Ashly Winchester Difficulty: Hard Type: Mostly Off-trail, Scramble Round Trip Distance: 9.5 miles Elevation Gain: ~3,400 feet Cell service: Spotty Best Time of Year: Winter, Spring, Fall Permits: No Perk: the trailhead is not within the Red Rock Canyon scenic loop drive, so it can be accessed at all times, even if the drive … Continue reading Hiking Guide: Mount Wilson in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, NV

Episode Four: Nutrition Know-How With Kylee Van Horn, RDN

Nutrition is an important part of your training and can help you reach your athletic goals, yet many of us overlook it. It's easy to do with our busy lives. In this episode, Kylee and I talk about nutrition plans and training, fad diets, protein intake, sugar, what you can do about gut bombs and... … Continue reading Episode Four: Nutrition Know-How With Kylee Van Horn, RDN

Episode Three: Mel Urie – Uberman

Mel Urie is a tenacious ultra-distance triathlete who is breaking barriers and redefining what is possible. In this episode, we get a chance to hear all about Mel's experience with Uberman, arguably the world's most difficult ultra triathlon. We chat about her training, as well as transitioning back to normal life after accomplishing such a … Continue reading Episode Three: Mel Urie – Uberman

Episode Two: Renee Jacobs – Finding Balance

In this episode of Womxn Of The Wild, I chat with Renee Jacobs. Renee is a mother and wife who was trained to be an architect but decided to pursue full-time motherhood. In doing so, she has struggled to find the balance between being a mom and doing the things she loves; adventuring in the … Continue reading Episode Two: Renee Jacobs – Finding Balance