Entries for October 2013

  1. Snow Pros Polls Results: Certification Prep + Top Pro Offer Products

    Snow Pros Polls Results: Certification Prep + Top Pro Offer Products

    Happy Halloween, snow pros! If you’re looking for treats today, several ski areas from California to New England are getting ready to open this weekend. We also just tallied the latest Snow Pro Poll results, and it appears that rewards are thi...
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  2. Max’s Product Spotlight: Educational Materials for Snow Pros

    Max’s Product Spotlight: Educational Materials for Snow Pros

    PSIA-AASI strives to provide the resources members need to achieve their professional and personal goals. Your personal goal may be improvement in another discipline, while your professional goal may be certification within that discipline. In both c...
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  3. PSIA-AASI Fall Conference Keynote: Polar Explorer Eric Larsen

    PSIA-AASI Fall Conference Keynote: Polar Explorer Eric Larsen

    Eric Larsen knows snow like nobody else. The Wisconsin native has skied to both the North and South Pole, climbed Mt. Everest, dog-sledded Canada and even pedaled across Antarctica on a “Fat Bike.” Along the way he has seen blizzards, whi...
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  4. PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Eight: The Future of Adaptive Instruction

    PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Eight: The Future of Adaptive Instruction

    PSIA-AASI Adaptive Team member Geoff Krill had a busy week at Copper Mountain during Fall Workshop and Fall Conference. On the snow during Workshop, he split his time with members of the alpine and snowboard teams, exploring technical commonalities a...
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  5. PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Seven: The Snowboard Solution

    PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Seven: The Snowboard Solution

    One of the biggest issues facing the future of snowsports is the downward trend in snowboard participation. It’s an issue the PSIA-AASI Snowboard Team faced head on at the 2013 Workshop and Fall Conference, taking an active role in identifying ...
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  6. PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Six: The Future of Cross Country Skiing

    PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Six: The Future of Cross Country Skiing

    PSIA-AASI’s Nordic Team members are some of the most dynamic people on snow. Whether it’s arcing telemark turns off the lift, skating across the flats, or practicing classic technique on the Copper Mountain golf course, it seems as if the...
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  7. PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Five: The Future of Snowboarding

    PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Five: The Future of Snowboarding

    The PSIA-AASI Snowboard Team came into the 2013 Fall Workshop with fire in their eyes, determined to do their part to slow the declining number of snowboard participants. Here, the team talks about what they accomplished during the week, and what it ...
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  8. PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Four: The Future of Alpine Skiing

    PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Four: The Future of Alpine Skiing

    It’s all but impossible to measure what it takes to become a member of PSIA-AASI’s Alpine Team. There are the countless days on the hill spent crafting a billion perfect turns, untold hours of lessons, and ongoing efforts to perfect the a...
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  9. PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Three: Putting the Show on the Road

    PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Three: Putting the Show on the Road

    Get ready snow pros! Now that the PSIA-AASI Teams have wrapped up the 2013 edition of Fall Workshop, they are ready to get on the road and share their instructional insight with you. Here are just a few highlights from all the hard work the teams pu...
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  10. PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Two: Making Simple Sexy

    PSIA-AASI Workshop 2013 Day Two: Making Simple Sexy

    You may be imagining the PSIA-AASI Teams are at Copper ripping around the mountain, working on ways to improve skiing and snowboarding instruction for the country’s biggest terrain or for World Cup racers. This is partially true, especially as...
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