About Terry Chiplin

Terry Chiplin - Owner, Active at Altitude
Terry describes himself when people ask as an athletic experience facilitator.

He has an extensive background stretching back over nearly 20 years as a health and fitness consultant and personal trainer, and more than 15 years as a running coach. He has been a runner and cyclist for >30 years and have encouraged and inspired many people he has been in contact with to become physically active. He has been fortunate to have worked with athletes of all levels, from Olympic competitor to rehabilitation patients. Terry's studies and life experience has given him a unique ability to motivate and inspire athletes of all abilities – he truly believes in the unique incredible potential of each and every athlete that he works with and will be creative in assisting everyone achieve that potential.

Interview w/Nick Clark – 2010 Review & Prospects for 2011

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I had the great pleasure to spend a few hours with Brit ultra runner, Nick Clark, now based in Fort Collins, Colorado. We talked about 2010, his best ever year racing ultras, and his plans for 2011…

INERTIA: Staying Motivated During the Coldest, Darkest Time of the Year

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As the seasons turn towards the darkest and coldest of them all, and the one we associate with “slowing down,” my inner-coach is revealing some vulnerability: “Will I slow down, too?”

Four Top Ultrarunners Bare Their Souls

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You can imagine the turnout as Boulder Trail Runners, (host Buzz Burrell) had arranged to gather Scott Jurek, Tony Krupicka, Geoff Roes & Dave Mackey in an upstairs room at Sherpas in downtown Boulder for an informal Q&A session – to say the place was packed was an understatement!

Listening to my Body

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I would like to think that time has increased my wisdom and understanding of how things work – not always the case though! Just recently, I reminded myself of how far I have come in terms of listening to my body.