In these two new First Chair Podcasts, hear how new PSIA-AASI Official Supplier Pure Mountain Fun helps get kids equipped to hit the slopes, and how you can incorporate proper nutrition into your winter — and year-round — active recovery plan.
This interview by the PSIA-AASI Editorial Team originally appeared in the Spring 2023 issue of 32 Degrees. Access the entire magazine here.
Change is in the air! As deep winter storms close out the ski and snowboard season in South America, here at home the PSIA-AASI Scholarship window has opened, offering instructors and small snowsports schools an opportunity to apply for additional resources to help reach their professional goals.
PSIA-AASI’s Official Suppliers provide member-specific pricing on high-quality ski and snowboard equipment so you can focus on teaching great lessons, growing ski and snowboard participation, and boosting your professional development.
Get a Head Start on the Season with September Webinars Get your season off to a fast start with online educational
New First Chair: Member Survey Results + Pre-Season Knee Fitness Two new PSIA-AASI First Chair Podcasts take a deeper dive into
PSIA-AASI Official Supplier Toko provides pro pricing on products you can add to your next laundry cycle to refresh all the weather and waterproof attributes of your technical outerwear.
Register Now: Inclusive Snowsport Group Facilitation Webinar Register now to reserve your spot in the Inclusive Snowsport Group Facilitation Webinar. Scheduled
Like most cross country skiers, you probably start to get a little antsy this time of year. Days are cooling off and you’re eager to get back on the trails, but there’s no snow in sight. Fear not; the offseason is a fantastic time to work on upping your cross country ski game through dryland training, including rollerskiing.
Along with my sister Mia, I am the founder of a non-profit, Positive Altitudes (postivealtitudes.org), which teaches underserved kids in the Milwaukee area how to ski. Financial barriers and proximity to ski resorts are factors that prevent many kids in Milwaukee from accessing this great sport.