Aseda Athlete Program
As leaders in their disciplines, the Aseda Athlete pushes the boundaries of what’s possible. As leaders of cultural change, they recognize the opportunity that being in the spotlight brings, and seek to help the collective consciousness shift toward sustainability within their respective sports industries and beyond.
The Aseda Athlete understands how important it is to connect what they love doing with how they do it; by walking the talk, by aligning with companies that push the boundaries of social and environmental responsibility, and by being a positive role model for others.
Whether flying down the steepest of drops in Alaska, holding unthinkable speeds around gates, clinging from rock faces, dropping into the roar or breaking waves, or pushing the thresholds of exhaustion after going the extra mile, the Aseda Athlete is extending the known boundaries of the professional athlete.
The spirit of our athlete program is captured in this video of Tanner Rosenthal and Oakley White-Allen as they hit the slopes of Snowbird with nutrient rich Aseda Wild Honey Energy Packs.
she made a smooth transition into big mountain skiing and in her first year competing won the Freeskiing
World Tour Title using the technical skill that she achieved from 11 years of dedication to ski racing.
Oakley “OW-A” White-Allen
events at the coveted Swatch Skier's Cup at Valle Nevado in Chile. In 2012, Oakley isn't missing a beat.
He took 2nd place at the 2012 Canadian Freeskiing Championships in Revelstoke, B.C, and placed
3rd at the 2012 Freeride World Tour in Chamonix Mont-Blanc.
Tanner “Tansnowman” Rosenthal
him a "freestyle big mountain" skier. However, for Tanner "Tansnowman" Rosenthal,
the mountain is a temple, skiing is prayer, and he would rather just think of himself as a snow shaman in training.
Anthony “Honey Baron” Kirk
Aseda Athlete. As a multi-sport athlete, nutritional consultant and professional athlete trainer, Anthony uses Aseda
Wild Honey Energy Packs as a nutritional supplement before and after training...
Ashley “Uhu” Teren
Having lived a snow filled, multi-cultural life, she spent her summers on the Navajo reservation and winters in the mountains of
Utah and Idaho; she graduated from high school in Pakistan, traveled the sub-continent extensively, and lived in Hawaii for ten years.
I was taught how to ski by my dad when I was in grade school. The first time I skied I was 3 or 4 in Michigan –
but didn’t really start “skiing” until we moved to Utah.
off of the tallest free-standing mountain in the world, Mt Kilimanjaro in Africa. Instead, her
adventure lead her to several life or death situations and using Aseda Wild Honey to save lives.
skiing remote peaks and traveling to all the continents in a nearly non-stop beeline around the globe.
that parkway exits don’t apply to me, and that the “Jersey Shore” isn’t anywhere near my hometown.
“I’m from North Jersey” I’ll tell people, as if that will somehow redeem me.
MasterCraft Pro Tour Men Slalom 3rd 2004 - World Cup Thorpe Lakes Men Slalom 2nd
Kevin (KFed) Fedderson
FED up with a world of artificial and fillers. I not only want to consume Aseda but spread it out so
others can feel it benefits. Time for us to promote nature and not fake commercial products.
“The Aseda honey is an extraordinary black honey carrying with it the life-giving essence of the pure African forest environment where it originates. As a connoisseur of honey I am proud to state that Aseda is one of the world’s best honeys!”
David “Avocado” Wolfe (www.davidwolfe.com)
Author of Superfoods, Eating For Beauty, and Longevity Now.