Dayne and I met in a gym in Jackson, Wyoming. I was an athlete there and she was an intern. We knew we wanted a future for ourselves with fitness at its center. In 2013, we moved over the Tetons to the Idaho side and opened a gym in Teton Valley. We dove headfirst into riding and also started attending some races.

It became apparent fairly quickly that we had way more fitness than actual riding skills. Our fitness not only helped us hold our own out on the trails but also helped to prevent major injuries from the unknown and unknowable. Over the years we practiced, attended clinics and camps to improve our riding skills, and met many passionate riders who loved riding but kept getting beat up and injured.

We saw that our community needed a strength and conditioning program fit for the demands of the ride. And so, Enduro Method was born. No frills, no wasted time, just a commitment to delivering quality training to those who are intent on being the best version of themselves, on and off the bike.

Muscle is Armor, come get you some.



I grew up in the foothills of central California. When I was young, all I wanted to do was ride dirt bikes. My parents did not fully endorse it. I moved into team sports and sold my dirt bike. During my athletic career, I fell in love with strength training, even when I was not actively participating in sports, I never went very long without getting into the gym.

Once team sports ran their course in college, after much time spent not attending classes, I moved to Wyoming, and shortly after...bought a dirt bike. I joined a gym in Jackson Hole, Wyoming that used to go by the name of Mountain Athlete. After 3+ years at Mountain Athlete, my girlfriend and I moved over to the Idaho side of the Tetons, and we started a strength and conditioning gym called Targhee Athletics in 2013.

I tried my hand competing in CrossFit and spent 4 years training with different coaches and different approaches. During that time I competed at three different CrossFit Regionals as an Individual. After 2017, I decided that I was no longer fired up to train to compete at that level in CrossFit, as it was cutting into the amount of time that I could dedicate to riding. I wanted to take riding more serious and do some racing. So I retired from trying to be the best at exercising, and began to focus more on riding, and training to enhance my experience on the bike. Long story short, I have been lifting weights and sprinting intervals my whole life, coaching others how to do it for 7, and doing some desert/enduro races for the past 3. I can attribute my fitness to a huge part of why I am able to enjoy riding the way I do, and I want to share that with as many people as I can.



Co-Owner of Targhee Athletics

CrossFit Level 2

Military Athlete programming Certification

Mountain Athlete programming Certification

23rd place finish at the 2015 CrossFit Games West Regional

10th place finish at the 2014 CrossFit Games Northwest Regional

13th place finish at the 2012 CrossFit Games Northwest Regional

Outlaw Barbell Weightlifting Camp

CPR/AED/First Aid Certified


2020 King of The Moto
23rd Overall

2019 Destry Abbott Camp
3 day small group training

2019 Tennessee Knockout Extreme Enduro
TKO Race 2 - 36th place

2019 IRC Tire Enduro Fest
12th Overall

2019 Idaho City 100
Day 1 - A4 Vet 8th place
Day 2 - A4 Vet 6th place

2018 & 2019 Silver Mountain Extreme
Competitor A class

2018 Idaho City 100
Day 1 - A4 Vet 8th place
Day 2 - A4 Vet 7th place

2017 Idaho City 100
Day 1 - B4 Vet 1st place
Day 2 - B4 Vet 2st place



I grew up in Colorado playing team sports and earned my Bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science from Colorado State University. I did an internship after college that brought me to a gym in Jackson, Wyoming called Mountain Athlete. It was there that I met my boyfriend and business partner Josh.

Like most girls, I got into riding because my boyfriend suggested I get a dirt bike. Well, I had never ridden a dirt bike EVER before...in fact my favorite story is taking a test ride on my first bike I purchased (2006 Honda CRF-X) and asking the salesman how to make it go. He laughed and told me to pull in the clutch and I simply asked “where’s the clutch?”…You can guess how it went from there. It was a STEEP learning curve, but I attribute my progression as a rider and the fact that I am still all in one piece to my strength,  fitness, and mental toughness. The dues I had paid in the gym, helped me become a more durable human being.

As a female, the physical capacity I have earned in the gym, more than anything, has given me more confidence on the bike. I am confident that I can pick it up without help, and endure long days in the mountains and even the occasional, accidental... “overnight rides” ;-).

To me fitness is the foundation from which I have the confidence to tackle extreme terrain. It is the foundation that allows me to practice riding, not just surviving. Without it I am sure I would have either given up the sport entirely or potentially gotten hurt.



Co-Owner of Targhee Athletics

Bachelors of Science in Health and Exercise from Colorado State University

CrossFit Level 1

Precision Nutrition Certification

CrossFit Mobility

NorCal Movement Seminar

American Council on Exercise Certified Group Fitness Instructor

Outlaw Barbell Weightlifting Camp

CPR/AED/First Aid Certified


2020 King of the Motos
2nd place Women’s

2019 EnduroFest
1st place Women’s

2019 Silver Mountain Extreme Enduro
Competitor Open B class

2019 Tennessee Knockout
6th place Women’s

2019 Idaho City 100
Day 1 First Place Women’s A
Day 2 Second Place Women’s A

2018 Silver Mountain Extreme
3rd place women

2018 Idaho City 100
Day 1 Second Place Women’s B
Day 2 Second Place Women’s B




“I’m feeling stronger; every ride I’m feeling more confident. There’s so much to be grateful for in this life, and the folks that introduced me to dirt bikes and Enduro Method are at the very top of that list.”



“I get up each morning and follow the workout on my phone for roughly an hour.  With Enduro Method, I know my fitness will be ready when I start riding again.”



“My general taste as an avid hard enduro rider goes great with this style of training.   I’ve trained hard in the past for sure but I honestly have never been pushed harder than with this particular program.”