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Adventure Travel Field Day

(For Full Details & Registration/Payment: www.barefitlife.com/adventuretravel

2 Person Team Sign-Ups Encouraged, Solo Also Welcome.

$45 Per Ticket Includes Event + All Food/Drinks. 

Saturday June 10, 2017
Jefferson Memorial Forest
Arrive Between 8:45AM & 9:00AM
Event Ends around 2:15pm

Adventure + Fitness
- Yoga Session
- Primal Movement Fitness & Navigation Challenge: Features Trail Run + 10 Station Course
- Each Traveler Will Be Given A Map Of The Entire Challenge
- Travelers Are Encouraged To Register In Teams Of Two
- Everyone Has 90-Mins To Complete Challenge @ Their Own Pace
- BAREfit Adventure Training Coaches Guide & Monitor Throughout
- After WORKout outdoor lounge w/ footballs, corn hole, etc. will await those who finish before time expires! 
- Huge Kickball Game after lunch!

Food & Refreshments Provided
- Cold Brew Coffee
- Bananas
- Cold Water
- Breakfast Cookies From Scarlet's Bakery
- Lunch From V-Grits (3 Options To Choose From)
(1) Jackfruit Tuna Salad
(2) Raw Zucchini Lasagna
(3) Lemon Pepper Tempeh

REGISTER NOW: www.barefitlife.com/adventuretravel

Rock Climbing Tips from Blake Maddux

Most climbers would say the three most important keys or tips to successful climbing goes something like this, good technique, strong core, and a consistent training regimen. All of these are true and necessary but I would say there are three more important tips. And the following tips can lead to a long life of climbing with friends and family.

First tip I have is to have fun. I love training hard and pushing myself beyond what I can handle but I will never encourage anyone to throw away fun for the sake of getting stronger. It is not worth it if you are not enjoying what your are doing. 

Second tip I have is to be safe. Climbing can be a dangerous sport/activity and the moment your feet leave the ground you are putting your safety and even life at risk. There are many climbers that enjoy free solo climbing. The most renowned free solo climber is Alex Honnold. Free soloing is a very dangerous form of climbing but Alex is a man that understands his limits which is why he is still alive and able to continue to enjoy climbing. 

Third tip I have is to push yourself. This tip is very important but the two prior tips must be put into effect before this one should happen. I have witnessed many people through my years of climbing push themselves beyond what they thought was possible. Accomplishing more than they thought was physically capable.

By: Blake Maddux of Elemental Climbing

Elemental Climbing is dedicated to growing the sport of rock climbing and supporting the strong community of rock climbers in Louisville, KY.  They set themselves apart by bringing the burgeoning discipline of dedicated routesetting to a mobile climbing wall. Their 26-ft mobile rock climbing wall features 4 climbing stations, each with a dedicated auto belay unit.

Learn more - http://www.climbelemental.com/