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Will Gadd Training for Winter Climbing

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Will Gadd Training for Winter Climbing

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Will Gadd Training for Winter Climbing

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Join the one and only Will Gadd at Bozeman's preeminent outdoor athlete gym, Mountain Project! Brought to Bozeman by Arc'teryx, Will Gadd continues crush multiple mountain sports. New to the Bozeman Ice Festival we are proud to introduce this special training seminar with Will and Mike Wolfe, founder of Mountain Project. 

·      How do you train to progress, and succeed, as a winter climber?

·      What does success mean to you?

·      To train most wisely: what resources do you have, how do you structure your time, and where do you get the best bang for your buck?

These two-hour training seminars will consist of half classroom analysis and practical movement in the gym. Class time will be no bull focus on how to train smart, and use your time wisely; training methodology, periodization, strategies.  Training in the gym will be a practical session of specific drills and exercises you can incorporate into your own training.

“You will climb harder, feel better and suck less this winter if you take this seminar,” says Will Gadd.

Date: Saturday December 9

at Mountain Project Gym, @ 507 Bond Street, Bozeman, 59715

Session 1: 8:00am to 10:00am
Session 2: 3:00pm to 5:00pm

Price: $75 per person, Includes extra swag from Arc'teryx and BIF
15 participants per session

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Will Gadd: Will has won international competitions in three different sports, and competed at a national level in a few others. He’s taught and coached sport climbing, paragliding, kayaking and other sports for more than 25 years. He recently won an ice climbing competition against a field mostly half his age, despite having limited time to train. He likes to say he has no real ability at anything--except figuring out how to turn ideas into reality. He helps others realize their own projects through his writing, speaking, films, guiding and global athlete projects from paragliding the Canadian Rockies to climbing Niagara Falls.

Mike Wolfe: Mike has been passionate, deliberate, and serious about training since he ran his first race–The Bridger Ridge Run–in 1996.  He has since dedicated his life to mountain sports pursuits and adventures, and the training it takes to perform at the highest level in the mountains.

Though known most for his mountain ultra-running prowess, Mike is a diverse mountain athlete who loves it all.  He cut his teeth ice climbing up Hyalite Canyon in the mid-1990’s on hand-me-down gear, back in the day when most days were spent digging out vehicles than actually climbing.  He has paddled 1,600 miles over a period of 90 days across Canada to the Artic Ocean, climbed first ascents on the 3,000-foot granite towers of Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, raced 100-mile mountain bike races, climbed El Capitan in Yosemite numerous times in a single day, snowboarded first descents in Grand Teton National Park, raced collegiate Nordic skiing, and he has been a passionate big game hunter since a young boy growing up in Montana.

Mike has been racing competitively as a professional mountain ultra-runner for over a decade. As a Global Athlete for The North Face, Mike has competed in over 100 ultra-distance mountain races around the world. Among the many races he has competed in, he holds numerous course records, and has placed top-3 at the world’s most competitive and prestigious mountain races: the Western States 100, the Ultra-Trail du Mont Blanc, and the North Face 50-mile Championship.