Wright Training Ambassadors

Meet our ambassadors, a dedicated group of individuals who embody our brand's values and passion. Discover their stories and how they inspire our community every day.

Biking, Nordic Skiing

Isabel Warner

I’m Isabel Warner, an upcoming Jackson Hole Community School senior. I love to be active! I’ve been racing my bike since sixth grade with the Teton Valley composite bike team and at a variety of local races. For the past two years I have raced Pierre’s hole. I love to ride competitively and I also enjoy bike packing with my family. In the winter, I trade my bike in for Nordic skis and enjoy downhill and backcountry skiing as well. Strength training with Wright Training sets me up for success in all my sports by creating a great foundation for injury prevention and increased power. I started at WrightTraining a couple of summers ago with teen fit and have always appreciated their commitment to teaching good form, especially to younger athletes.

Wrestling

Tai McBride

My name is Tai McBride, and I am an upcoming senior at Jackson Home Highschool. I’ve been wrestling for 10 years, and working out at Wright Training for 7. As a year round athlete I love to push myself to the limit and Wright Training allows me to do so in a healthy manner. To me, being a Wright Training Athlete means to be both mentally and physically prepared for competition!

Nordic skiing, skiing, biking

Peter S. Warner

I am a rising sophomore at Middlebury college in Vermont and a member of the varsity Nordic ski team as well as the club cycling team. Outside of training for Nordic I am a mechanic at open range cycles in the summers and love to explore the Tetons and big holes both on foot and on my mountain bike. This summer I am looking forward to racing the Pierre’s Hole MTB race and exploring some new zones in the Tetons.

My instagram is @panic_peter_

Where are you from?

Victor Idaho

What made you get into skiing?

My parents taught me to ski as soon as I could walk and I learned to Nordic ski in 3rd grade and love the places I can go the community and the ways I can push myself in both competitions and training

What’s your favorite type of fuel for skiing?

lately I have really been enjoying peanut butter and fluff sandwiches.

What’s your favorite sport besides skiing?

My favorite sport besides skiing is defiantly ridding my bike

What’s your biggest race this season?

The biggest race I have planed so far is US Nationals in Alaska in January

Do you get nervous?

I get nervous sometimes usually before the first race of the season or before championship competition but I feel like I have raced enough that I know what to expect and be prepared for it.

How has strength training helped your sports?

strength training is defiantly a key part of my training it helps both with my performance and keeping the specific muscle groups used to ski strong as well as staying balanced and injury free during the season.

Anything else you want to add?

“I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.”

― Thomas A. Edison

Sharif Zawaideh

Sharif Zawaideh, born to Jordanian parents and raised with a deep connection to his heritage, has carved out a remarkable path in the world of winter sports. With a career spanning over 21 years as a ski instructor, Sharif is on a mission to become the first athlete to represent Jordan in the Winter Olympics, aiming to ski race for the 2026 games. His journey is defined by a relentless pursuit of excellence and a passion for pushing boundaries.

Sharif's athletic achievements span both snow and asphalt. He pioneered The International Spine in Valdez, AK, completed a solo ski descent of Washington's formidable Mt. Rainier, and holds the accolade of finishing a sub 3-hour marathon, showcasing his endurance and versatility across different disciplines. However, it's his mastery of snow blades that truly sets him apart. Affectionately known as the 'Brown Blader', Sharif has notched numerous firsts on snow blades, including groundbreaking descents of The Grand Teton and Jackson Hole's Central Couloir on Cody Peak to name a few.

Beyond his athletic pursuits, Sharif is deeply involved in the logistics industry, where he manages a successful company specializing in producing music festivals and disaster relief. When he's not immersed in business, he dedicates himself tirelessly to preparing for the Olympics, driven by a passion to represent his country and highlight diversity on the global stage of winter sports. With his blend of expertise, determination, and pioneering spirit, Sharif Zawaideh continues to inspire as he pushes the boundaries of what's possible in skiing and beyond.

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