New First Chair Podcasts + Eric Lipton’s SKI Mag Instruction Video

PSIA-AASI Team Training is going to start at Keystone, CO, at the end of October, with Fall Conference to immediately follow. TheSnowPros.org will provide daily updates from each event, and the winter issue of 32 Degrees will have the full details.

You can also stay current with PSIA-AASI First Chair Podcasts—both live from the event, and happening right now. Here are three new podcasts for your listening pleasure, plus a link to PSIA Alpine Team member Eric Lipton’s SKI Magazine video, “How to Ski the Steeps.” Enjoy and share!

Why Learning + FUN Help Prepare for an Early Opening
Colorado’s Arapahoe Basin opens tomorrow, officially kicking off the 2017-2018 ski and snowboard season. Here, Gates Lloyd, A-Basin’s snowsports school director, shares how he works with his team to get this PSIA-AASI member school ready for early seasoning opening.

How to Bounce Back from Injury
AASI Snowboard Team member Tony Macri blew his ACL at the end of last season. In this podcast he chats about how to mentally and physically bounce back from an injury.

Anyone Can Be a Ski or Snowboard Instructor
If you love skiing and snowboarding, and want to teach others the sport, listen to PSIA-AASI Eastern’s Nate Gardner explain how you can get started working as an instructor this season. Also, if you’re a current snow pro, be sure to invite your students to consider teaching too.

Ski Snowbird’s Steeps with Alpine Team Member Eric Lipton
Eric Lipton shot this awesome and information-packed video with the SKI Magazine team at Snowbird, UT, last season. See how it can improve your steep terrain skiing skills this winter.

To make sure you don’t miss any PSIA-AASI’s First Chair podcasts, subscribe to Soundcloud and listen while you’re on the go:

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– Peter Kray

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