Audrey Sniezek: Work Hard, Climb Harder

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This video started out as an experiment/test project, then morphed into a mini-narrative about how Audrey balances work and climbing at a high-level. Footage includes her FFA of Lost Horizons (5.14b) at Little Si, North Bend, WA.

Audrey social media: facebook.com/Audrey.Sniezek.athlete, instagram.com/audreysniezek
Luke social media: facebook.com/lukeallenhumphrey, instagram.com/lukeallenhumphrey

Produced in partnership with the American Alpine Club, Metolius Climbing, Blurr, Elete Electrolytes.
Other affiliations: La Sportiva, Petzl, Studbar Pullup, Trigger Point.

Music:
Sigur Ros "Takk..." - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/takk.../id79870523
B. Fleischmann "Composure" - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-humbucking-coil/id94563354
The Foreign Exchange "Raw Life" - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/connected/id360324982

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4 Responses to Audrey Sniezek: Work Hard, Climb Harder

  1. Vinicius Loureiro February 26, 2015 at 7:31 pm #

    awesome

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  2. kddk February 26, 2015 at 9:26 pm #

    Super inspiring. As someone who recently lost nearly all his free time to work and a growing family it has been tough motivating to wake up extra early to get some climbing in before work, but seeing things like this definitely helps with keeping up the psych, goals, and hope!

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  3. Rory February 27, 2015 at 6:46 am #

    Brilliant to watch!

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  4. Matt March 5, 2015 at 4:36 pm #

    its cool to hear from somebody who leads more of a ‘normal’ lifestyle and hear how they get after it.
    Usually I watch climbing videos in an envious, jealous rage as I listen to pro climbers talk about how they are traveling to some remote corner of africa to go ‘check things out’, or how they flew into the cirque of towers but were ‘disappointed’ by bad weather, or how they “like the climbing scene in spain for a summer warm-up”. hopefully you get where im going with this.

    The reality for me (and probably for most other climbers) with working full time at a minimum wage pizza restaurant, as well as studying chemistry full time, is that I don’t get nearly as much climbing time as I would like. Its cool to hear a snippet of someones story that is *slightly* closer to mine. Thats the omnipresent question for me: how do I balance the necessities with what is truly important to me?

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