Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Who Can’t Do That?

She has 4  kids, works full time, and climbs 5.14. Who can’t do that?  But how does she keep her hair so shiny and bouncy. (Watch the video, and you’ll see what I mean.) That’s what I can’t do. An interview with her here.

Jacinda Hunter: Style, Grace, Power from Prana Living on Vimeo.

Jacinda Hunter, a nurse and mother of four (two boys and two girls), juggles work and parenthood with bouldering V11 and redpointing 14b. She says, “usually when I make up my mind to do something, I get it done.” Jacinda feels her biggest challenge is being a good parent and good example for her kids. “It’s hard to find time to provide opportunities for their interests and growth, and still have time to indulge in my own passions like climbing.” Jacinda and her husband, Mike, don’t have a TV-instead, the whole family goes on climbing trips together. Breaking the Law, her hardest route, was a long, cold winter project with the family. Her latest First Ascent "Fantasy Island" (5.14b) is in American Fork Canyon, Utah. For more visit

1 comment:

Lisa said...

You are right, her her is shiny. She should give up climbing and be a shampoo model. Why don't men ever mention that they work full time and have kids?