Meet your Ultra Transformation Camp Crew. We're excited to get together and share our passions with you. In addition to our camp crew, we'll be joined by other special guests and presenters!
Aubyn is a Southern California based certified personal trainer. Since 2010 Aubyn's focus has been on sport specific training for endurance athletes and individuals with a desire to increase fitness and overall wellness.
From her private studio in La Mesa, California, Aubyn promotes good postural strength and strong core movements through the use of kettlebells, barbells, and body weight exercises.
The passion for running was instilled upon Aubyn from an early age by a father who was an avid marathoner and early ultra runner. To this day Aubyn enjoys competing in masters division xcountry leagues, road racing and time running and hiking in the SoCal back country.
Lindsay has a passion for helping people overcome obstacles that prevent them from living up to their healthiest potential. She believes the food we use to fuel our bodies is the foundation for a fulfilling life and critical in disease prevention.
Lindsay takes a holistic approach to nutrition, being mindful of the dynamic aspects of the human body. Her life experiences have offered great learning opportunities and have increased her appreciation for how our bodies are designed. She applies this passion and appreciation in her pursuit for additional knowledge as a medical student.
She knows every individual has different needs, and her goal is to help others understand their own bodies and support them on their journey towards living a healthy and fulfilling life.
Having been born and raised overseas, Angela moved to San Diego in December of 1991. She’s made it her home ever since.
Upon discovering Ultrarunning in late 2008, she raced her first 50k and then her first 100 miler just six months later. Never having formal athletic training, and never running more than a semester of Cross Country in high school, her hard work, dedicated training and true grit often land her on the podium.
She credits the knowledge she’s attained in the sport to having incredible mentors, developing and sharpening her skills through trial and error, and through active participation in the Ultrarunning community. She believes that these practices, along with constant reflection, setting new goals, and pushing perceived limits is what has helped her have continued success. It’s these lessons that she wants to share with others through her camp experience.
Scott Mills discovered long distance running, and specifically, trail ultra- running, in 1981 after initially delving into several road races ranging from 5K upwards to marathons. Living in Sacramento in the late 1970’s, he was first exposed to ultras as it was the location of two of the country’s premier ultras: American River 50 Mile (AR50) and Western States Endurance Run (WSER).
Scott quickly found his passion and love for the sport of long distance trail running and completed his first ultra in 1981 at AR50. Soon afterwards, he entered and ran his first WSER in 1982 which began a long history with that race. He has applied to WSER every year since 1982 and been fortunate to have completed 17 times (all of which were under 24 hours), and is looking forward to going for #18 in June, 2017.
Having had a career in the US Air Force meant he was assigned to several different locations across the country. As such, he has been able to participate in over 200 diverse ultras in the span of the last 35 years. Highlights of his running have been (45) 100 mile finishes, 150 finishes ranging from 50K to 108 miles, and 8 finishes of the Hardrock 100 in Colorado.
Race directing has also been a huge part of Scott’s life. He directed the Bull Run Run 50 Mile in Virginia for 9 years, created and directed the Noble Canyon 50K for 5 years, and currently directs the San Diego 100 Mile Endurance Run.
Scott’s love of ultra-running stems from the satisfaction of giving back to ultra-runners by directing, volunteering and mentoring others to share all the gifts and benefits that ultras have given him over the last 3 decades. Longevity, passion, and volunteerism are what he considers the fundamentals to our sport. "If you want to be part of a wonderful group of people who share and work together to accomplish great things, then learn from other ultra-runners, keep balance in your life and always give back to those agencies and directors who make the sport possible."