Nutrition for Instructors: A Key to Fewer Injuries and More Fun
Have you ever wished you could maintain your energy level throughout a full day of teaching? Found it difficult to stay patient with a class that won’t listen? Had one of those momentary lapses in concentration that resulted in a hard crash? If you’v...
AASI & Burton Launch Campaign to Grow Snowboarding
Did you know that snowboarding is a family sport? Thanks to advances in equipment, how lessons are taught, and terrain, children ages three and up are now snowboarding and sliding sideways with their parents, and even their grandparents.
Snow Show Sneak Peek #3: Salomon, DPS
It’s Day 3 at the Outdoor Retailer Snow Show in Denver, the final day indoors before the convention moves to Copper Mountain to start test-riding all of next year’s new skis and snowboards.
Many of PSIA-AASI’s Official Suppliers are on the floor, ...
Be Patient and Creative When Teaching People with Disabilities
In the words of the late Warren Miller, “Skiing is for everyone.” This point – and how it can influence lessons – was driven home for me in September 2015 when I attended Interski in Ushuaia, Argentina. Something that really stood out was the keynote...
Snow Show Sneak Peek #2: Never Summer, Scarpa, POC
It’s Day 2 at the Outdoor Retailer Snow Show in Denver, where thousands of outdoor industry professionals are getting a first look at new gear, enjoying educational seminars, and looking at trends for the future.
Several of PSIA-AASI’s Official Supp...