Fall 2013 - Indigena Natural Yoga Mat
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Fall 2013 - E.C.O. Yoga Mat
Follow the YogaSlackers as they prowl through untamed jungles for three days and three nights non-stop in the Maya Mountain Adventure Challenge. We’ll be there every step of the way to bring you the planning, the execution, the failures, and the triumphs in a four-part video series, starting now.
On a beautiful August evening at the Olympic Training Center in Park City, Utah, climbing officially became a spectator sport! The packed house was up in arms watching the inaugural Psicobloc Master Series Competition, where a world class field of fierce competitors climbed side by side before falling 50 feet into the water below. PrAna ambassadors Chris Sharma, Jacinda Hunter and Jimmy Webb share their personal stories leading up to and during this high energy event.
"Coma Sant Pere is a 50 meter route in a big wall close to Era Bella in Margalef. There are 3 sections with long moves. The first one is a boulder with a jump and the others are more resistance". ~Alizee Dufraisse, prAna Ambassador Learn more at http://www.prana.com/life/ambassadors/
prAna uses hemp fiber that comes from the Industrial hemp plant. The environmental benefits that are associated with hemp come from the growing attributes of the plant. Industrial hemp is virtually drought resistant, has the ability to grow in various types of conditions, and no herbicides or pesticides are required. Without the need for irrigation, and pesticides or fertilizers, hemp’s impact is very minimal. Learn more about prAna's Sustainability focus at http://www.prana.com/life/sustainability/
Base Jumping is flat out risky. There is little room for error and so many critical variables that can affect the outcome. Most importantly, the jumper must be mentally and physically prepared to surrender to gravity and trust that all is in order. Steph Davis turns to her breath to get centered and visualize every detail of the jump… seconds before she confidently launches off the edge of the cliff. Learn more about Steph at http://www.prana.com/life/ambassadors
I first tried Jaws in 2011 and quickly became obsessed with the route. Every so often over the past few years I would think about the line and wish I was there trying it. Fortunately this fall I had some time and wanted more than anything to make an ascent of this beautiful sweeping piece of schist in the forest outside of Rumney, New Hampshire. Alex and I flew here in the middle of the month and I quickly set to work on the climb. I spent day after day trying to figure out the crux sequence but kept hiking out from the cliff unsure of what I was doing wrong. I had thoughts of giving up but I decided the struggle would make it all the better in the end so I kept at it. I finally figured out the sequence that would work best for me and began making big links on the line! The end of the trip was fast approaching and I knew I would have to send soon! I spent two days falling off of the top and finally on October 30th, I managed to make the fifth ascent of Jaws II, 5.15a. This marks my hardest sport climb to date and a dream realized, to climb both v15 and 5.15. The psyche is high as I leave Rumney on a high note. I can’t wait for more! ~Paul Robinson, prAna Ambassador