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Jay Burke

Co-host of The Mountain Life

Jay has accumulated over 30 years of experience as a marketing and communications professional. In 2009, he established the Park City Point 2 Point, an endurance MTB race, creating an outlet to utilize his varied skill set. During winter, he guides Ski Utah Interconnect tours. Residing in Park City for 25 years, he cherishes the summer seasons, exploring the vast trail networks. He enjoys biking, skiing, fishing, and traveling during his free time.

  • Local trainer Alex Wetmore explains the cutting edge of what makes kids, aging athletes (and everyone in between) thrive in sports, agility and fitness. Then, author Eric Weiner follows in the footsteps of Benjamin Franklin, mining his life for inspiring and practical lessons in a book that’s part biography, part travelogue, part personal prescription for a fuller, more meaningful life.
  • Local fitness trainer Dr. Alex Wetmore uses his expertise in sport physiology and performance to explain the cutting edge of what makes kids, aging athletes (and everyone in between) thrive in sports, agility and fitness.
  • New York Times bestselling author Eric Weiner follows in the footsteps of Benjamin Franklin, mining his life for inspiring and practical lessons in a book that’s part biography, part travelogue, part personal prescription for a fuller, more meaningful life.
  • Organizational and sports psychologist Dr. Richard Davis explores the five key behaviors that lead people to make better decisions in their personal and professional lives. His newly released book is "Good Judgment: Making Better Business Decisions with the Science of Personality."Then, scientist, author and speaker, Dr. Alan Townsend, presents a moving perspective on the common ground between science and religion as he begins to see scientific inquiry as more than a source of answers to a given problem. He discusses this in his memoir, "This Ordinary Stardust: A Scientist's Path from Grief to Wonder."
  • Organizational and sports psychologist Dr. Richard Davis explores the five key behaviors that lead people to make better decisions in their personal and professional lives. His newly released book is "Good Judgment: Making Better Business Decisions with the Science of Personality."
  • Biochemist turned family physician and bestselling author Dr. Cate Shanahan reveals how vegetable oils like canola, cottonseed and six more are wreaking havoc on our bodies in her book, "Dark Calories: How Vegetable Oils Destroy Our Health and How We Can Get It Back."Then, Bill Eddy, Chief Innovation Officer of the High Conflict Institute based in San Diego, discusses his book "Our New World of Adult Bullies: How to Spot Them – How to Stop Them."
  • Bill Eddy, Chief Innovation Officer of the High Conflict Institute based in San Diego, discusses his book "Our New World of Adult Bullies: How to Spot Them – How to Stop Them."
  • Biochemist turned family physician and bestselling author Dr. Cate Shanahan reveals how vegetable oils like canola, cottonseed and six more are wreaking havoc on our bodies in her book, "Dark Calories: How Vegetable Oils Destroy Our Health and How We Can Get It Back."
  • Healthcare advocate Susannah Fox talks about her new book, "Rebel Health," an action-oriented and radically hopeful field guide to the underground, patient-led revolution for better health and healthcare.
  • Dr. Blaise Baxter discusses the fifth leading cause of death for Americans: stroke. Survive Stroke Week takes place May 6-12 and is an annual observance aiming to educate Americans about stroke symptoms and lifesaving treatment options. Then, healthcare advocate Susannah Fox talks about her new book, "Rebel Health," an action-oriented and radically hopeful field guide to the underground, patient-led revolution for better health and health care.