Courtenay and Doug Schurman are the authors of The Outdoor Athlete.
Courtenay Schurman, MS, CSCS, is an avid outdoor enthusiast active in mountaineering, rock climbing, biking, strength training, rowing, and step aerobics. She is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She has more than 10 years of experience training wilderness athletes, including amateur skiers, kayakers, hikers, and clients wishing to tackle Mount Everest or 100-mile trail runs. Courtenay has been a climb leader for the Seattle Mountaineers since 2003. She coordinates, develops, and teaches seminars and workshops in the Seattle area and offers outdoor conditioning consulting for clubs, groups, and individuals. She authored the chapter on alpine conditioning for the seventh edition of Mountaineering: The Freedom of the Hills, which has sold more than half a million copies; coauthored and coproduced Train to Climb Mt. Rainier or Any High Peak DVD (2003); and authored numerous magazine articles, e-books, and over 500 training pages for various wilderness sports at www.bodyresults.com. She is co-owner of Body Results, a company that specializes in outdoor strength and conditioning.
Doug Schurman, MBA, CSCS, is a competitive powerlifter and has been a certified strength and conditioning coach through the NSCA since 1998. Active in mountaineering and rock climbing, he coauthored and coproduced the Train to Climb Mt. Rainier or Any High Peak DVD (2003) and coauthored numerous wilderness sport articles at www.bodyresults.com. He is a qualified climb leader for rock, ice, and glacier climbs and has been a member of the Seattle Mountaineers since 1992. He is co-owner of Body Results, conducts wilderness sport fitness training seminars and workshops, and coaches wilderness athletes from around the United States to achieve their adventure sport goals.