Episode Seventeen: Ellen Falterman – Adventure Traveler

This episode's guest is Ellen Falterman, also known as Ellen Magellen. I can’t quite describe who she is in this short intro because she doesn't quite fit in a box. I guess I would call her an expeditionist. Ellen embarks on multi-month expeditions, the most recent of which involved paddling a canoe over 2,000 miles. She … Continue reading Episode Seventeen: Ellen Falterman – Adventure Traveler

Episode Sixteen: Sabrina Stanley on Nolan’s 14

Sabrina is a professional ultra-distance runner, run coach, and all-around badass. As with a lot of runners in the time of COVID,  the virus really threw a wrench in her race plans for this year. But Sabrina was flexible and instead of dwelling on that, she was able to pivot and focus her attention on … Continue reading Episode Sixteen: Sabrina Stanley on Nolan’s 14

Episode Fifteen: Jillian Brown – PTSD and the Energy Within

To Jillian Brown, PTSD doesn’t stand for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, it stands for Perseverance, Trust, Strength, and Determination, because that’s what she found as she’s navigated through her personal journey with PTSD.  Jillian has a unique understanding of PTSD. She left everything behind to leave an abusive relationship, and ended up homeless and lost. Seeking … Continue reading Episode Fifteen: Jillian Brown – PTSD and the Energy Within

Episode Fourteen: Sunny Stroeer – Formative Failure

Sunny is back and she always brings the best topics to discuss! This time, we talk about failure.Failure… is hard. It can be difficult to accept, to process, and to overcome.  Sunny, who is a professional athlete, guide, business owner, and expedition leader, talks about her own failures in the outdoors, how she’s handled them, … Continue reading Episode Fourteen: Sunny Stroeer – Formative Failure

Episode Thirteen: Jen Petrut – The Glacier Peak Century Sandwich

This is a story about a sandwich like none other... While recovering from an injury last year, Jen set an audacious goal. She took the year and planned, prepped, and trained, and then, at the end of August, she set out to make her dream a reality. With the support of her closest friends (and … Continue reading Episode Thirteen: Jen Petrut – The Glacier Peak Century Sandwich

Episode Twelve: Abby Hall on the Nüümü Poyo

Abby is an endurance athlete with Adidas Terrex who recently completed an epic journey on the John Muir Trail, which is also referred to as the JMT, or more appropriately, the Nuumu Poyo. Abby didn’t backpack this trail in the usual fashion, and her speed and style choice gave her a one of a kind … Continue reading Episode Twelve: Abby Hall on the Nüümü Poyo

Episode Eleven: Kelly Halpin – Solo in the Mountains

Kelly Halpin is a professional mountain runner and artist from Jackson, Wyoming. She holds speed records in Wyoming, Montana, Utah, and California, all on technical mountain terrain. Kelly thrives in the mountains, and often prefers to take on these massive endeavors totally alone. Most recently she completed the Wind River High Route, a 100-mile, extremely … Continue reading Episode Eleven: Kelly Halpin – Solo in the Mountains

Episode Nine: Jacky Hunt-Broersma – Amputee, Ultra Runner, Cancer Survivor

Jacky had to have the lower portion of her left leg amputated due to a tumor that was found just above her left foot. Resilient and determined, Jacky took up running AFTER her leg was amputated and has become an ultra-distance runner.In this episode, Jacky talks about how she took up running as an amputee … Continue reading Episode Nine: Jacky Hunt-Broersma – Amputee, Ultra Runner, Cancer Survivor

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

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