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Buying a new mountain bike is always fun, but it can also be super confusing and overwhelming due to ever-evolving technology and how quickly the dollars add up. Rather than spend endless hours scouring the internet for information, the best thing you can do is go to your local bike shop and talk to an expert. So that’s what we did. We sat down wit…
 
Maurice Isserman is a professor of American History at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY and the author of several books on the history of mountaineering. We spoke to Maurice about his two latest books, The Winter Army: The World War II Odyssey of the 10th Mountain Division, America's Elite Alpine Warriors and Continental Divide: A History of America…
 
To kick off season 3, we sat down with a local Salt Lake legend, Steve Achelis, who is quite possibly the most interesting man in the Wasatch. Steve is a software entrepreneur with a deep passion for outdoor recreation and wilderness safety. Over the years, he’s used his engineering skills to develop various software applications geared towards out…
 
It doesn't matter if you log 100 days on the snow or if you do one trip a year, developing a pre-season conditioning routine will help you avoid injury and get the most out of your ski/snowboard season. And the time to start is now. So tune into this month's episode to hear some tips and advice for getting in shape for skiing/snowboarding.…
 
On this month's episode, we discuss different options for keeping your backcountry snacks simple, clean, and tasty. From bars to beef jerky to homemade goodies, finding healthy options to fuel your outdoor adventures has never been easier. Check out our Facebook page for two of our favorite homemade recipes: https://www.facebook.com/pg/Letsgetoutpo…
 
Interested in getting into fly fishing, or just curious about what makes it so alluring? We've got you covered. On this month's episode, we sit down with long-time fly fisher John Dabler to talk about gear, technique, tips for beginners, and much more. Still want more? Check out these fly fishing-themed podcasts: 2 Guys and a River: https://2guysan…
 
Our guest this month is Tom Adams, outdoor enthusiast and Director of the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation. Established in 2013 to promote the benefits of outdoor recreation, the Office was the first of its kind in the US and has since inspired other states to join the movement. We talk to Tom about the Office's goals, accomplishments, and why out…
 
Spring is officially upon us, and with that comes the joy of spring skiing and snowboarding! So to kick off season 2 of Let's Get Out, we sit down with writer and outdoor enthusiast Jared Hargrave to talk about spring riding in Utah. Jared penned the guide book Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Routs - Utah, so he knows a thing or two about where to fi…
 
This month, we sit down with Rachel Cieslewicz to talk about the benefits of yoga for athletes. Not only is Rachel an accomplished endurance athlete herself, she is also the owner of Centered City Yoga in Salt Lake City, UT, co-found of Yoga Soul in St. George, UT, and co-founder the endurance coaching company New Age Athlete. She shares her perspe…
 
Hey everyone! We have a special bonus episode for you today in honor of Pearl Jam kicking off the “Home Shows” tonight in Seattle. Julia and I will be attending show #2 on Friday night and we are PUMPED! Through the Home Shows Initiative, Pearl Jam is partnering with local businesses and organizations in Seattle to fight the homelessness crisis in …
 
Park City, UT is one of the best places to mountain bike in the country, maybe even the world. Why? Well, that's our topic for this month's episode. We sit down with Nick Calas, a Park City local who has been riding the trails for over 30 years, to learn about the history of mountain biking in Park City, trail construction, some of his favorite tra…
 
In this month’s episode of Let’s Get Out, we sit down with three members of the Wasatch Mountain Club to discuss the organization’s deep history, its vast array of outdoor recreation programs, and its conservation efforts. Since it was first incorporated in 1920, the club has been a prominent figure in the outdoor community in and around Salt Lake …
 
In February, we sat down with Julia Reich, PT, DPT, to discuss common injuries seen in outdoor recreationists, how to prevent them, and what to do when an injury occurs. Even though the episode focused heavily on skiing, the basic themes apply to all activities and are especially important when transitioning from one season’s activities to the next…
 
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