The PSIA-AASI Catalog Spring Blowout Sale is happening right now, but will end at midnight tonight.
Here are three ways to save and enjoy big discounts of your favorite gear.
First, shop the Online Specials section of the Catalog. Here you’ll find fresh discounts on products from this season.
Second, save 10% on everything in the Catalog by using the code SPRING20 at checkout.
Third, we’re slashing shipping. From now until midnight tonight, receive half price shipping on all orders, and free shipping on any order over $200 after discount
Stay Active with Free Fitness for Skiing and Snowboarding Guide
The Fitness for Skiing and Snowboard guide is available for free to members as a digital edition, and can help you build a personalized workout routine to stay healthy for snowsports, or any other activity you want to do.
Written by former PSIA Alpine Team member Chris Fellows and Douglas Kechijian, the guide offers timely guidance for a fitness training regimen that promotes improved movement and body longevity for snowsports instructors.
Even if your local gym is temporarily closed, there are many exercises you can do at home, including the Inch Worm, Half-Kneeling Windmill, Heiden Jump, Bear Crawl, and, of course, Push-Ups, to name a few.
If you want to train for hitting the gates once the lifts start running again, SkiRacing.com also has a video series featuring a few exercises you can do right at home.
Ski Areas Offer Free Food to Employees
According to the Aspen Times, Aspen Skiing Company handed out free packages food and pre-made meals from its restaurants to Skico employees and members of the community on Monday. The newspaper said that “The food supply was exhausted within 50 minutes,” and included items like milk, which is in short supply at the local grocery stores.
In Utah, Snowbird was left with more than 10,000 pounds of fruits, eggs, bread and other groceries. To avoid wasting the food, it was distributed to the resort's 1,900 employees on Saturday.