Now that you’ve made it through the holiday rush and the busiest instruction season, use your downtime to refocus. AASI Team member, Chris Rogers, talks about how to enjoy the calm after the storm to refocus on your education goals and take some time for you to train.
AASI Snowboard Team member, Chris Rogers, reports live from Vail before the torchlight parade, where viewers watch skiers and riders form a glowing train as they ski down the mountain illuminated with glow sticks. Learn about Chris’ highlights from 2018 and the PSIA-AASI National Team plans for 2019.
Eric, Nick, and I jumped on a call with George to talk about the return of Rider Rally the pros/cons of the Rally vs National Academy. I always enjoy the energy Rolls and Alfieri bring to our group podcasts! Check it out
AASI and Burton have been partnering on snowboard education and equipment for more than 20 years, and in the last year we’ve been collaborating on specific education highlighting the evolution of teaching kids. This winter we rolled out the “Kids Can Snowboard Too” project, a campaign to educate kids, parents, instructors, and resorts about the advancements in equipment, instruction, and terrain available to create successful lessons for 3-6 year olds.
Following up on my article on paddleboarding as a great activity for training ski and snowboard fitness and balance in the Spring issue of 32 Degrees, George Thomas and sat down a couple weeks ago to record another podcast for our Last Call edition of PSIA-AASI’s First Chair. Hope you enjoy it, let me know if there are things you want George and I to chat about in our next podcast!
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