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Episode 17 – Maura Kistler

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If there’s one thing you can’t call Maura Kistler it’s sedentary. She’s always doing something to bring people – climbers, kayakers, outdoor enthusiasts – together to build community, all while running her gear shop, WaterStone Outdoors, and teaching. Her unbounded drive, self deprecating humor, and straight-at-it attitude has been an inspiration to me over the years and I always look …

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Episode 10 – Paul Nelson

Paul Nelson is a lot of things. He holds a PhD in history. He’s a Misty Mountain and Blue Ridge Outdoors sponsored climber. He authored a book called Wrecks of Human Ambition: A History of Utah’s Canyon Country to 1936. He started playing guitar at the age of five and recently started playing bluegrass mandolin. To say he’s a passionate individual would be a …

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(VIDEO) Local Climbs: Charlie Luu bouldering around Fayetteville, Arkansas

Some climbers just want to project new problems, while others genuinely love bouldering at all levels from V-easy to V-never gonna happen. Charlie Luu is of the latter group. He was all smiles as he diligently stepped up to a number of local classics, ticked them, climbed each effortlessly, then, just as diligently, removed each tick mark. Charlie Luu bouldering …

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(Video) Yoga Profile: Brent Miller (Fayetteville, Arkansas)

Fayetteville, Arkansas resident and yoga studio instructor (Yoga Deza), Brent Miller practicing a style of yoga, Hawk Storm Yoga (facebook.com/brent.miller.5437?fref=ts), he developed by observing animals and insects in their natural habitats in front of the Walton Art Center in downtown Fayetteville, Arkansas.

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(Video) Yoga Profile: Alexandria Jayne Mero (Fayetteville, Arkansas)

Fayetteville, Arkansas resident and yoga studio owner (Yoga Deza), Alexandria Jayne Mero flows through some yoga poses above the North 40 cliff band at Horseshoe Canyon Ranch in Jasper, Arkansas. Shot on the last day of 24 Hours of Horseshoe Hell, an annual climbing festival where competitors climb as many routes as they can in 24 hours. In addition to …

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