After college, the office grind is great for paying the bills and all. That said, all you have to do spend a couple weeks shackled to your desk on some sort of nightmarish project that your boss ungratefully busts your balls for to aspire for… something more rewarding from life.
The one of the guys who runs mountain town shred site EarlyUps.com just dropped a pretty dope reel about what it’s like to be a finance Bro who still manages to ski 140-some days a year. In their own words:
Work. Its a fact of life. This is a tribute to those hours outside of work and the day to day business of life. A tribute to the “other hours”. Jeff Brines shot this over the last year in his free time away from the 9-7 grind as a financial analyst and co-running Earlyups. 100% of this was shot on GoPro.
The numbers are as follows – Over the year Jeff skied ~140 days and rode his bike 160+. Snowfall shredded north of 500″. Human powered vertical ascended (and descended) was close to the 1 million mark (bike and ski combined). After all that, the high five count was eclipsing 1,000 by even the most conservative estimates. Isn’t this the most important metric of anyone’s life? We think so…
And where the hell was this made?
Places – Jackson, WY – Kicking Horse, BC – Fairy Meadow, BC – Santa Cruz, BC
People – Tom Runcie (skier under drone), Tucker The Dog, My High Fivin’ Friends
You’re living the dream, bro. Just living the dream…