Emily Lovett


Where is your home mountain?
Lake Catamount Touring Center in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Who are your PSIA-AASI Official Suppliers? 
Patagonia Outerwear, Rossignol Cross Country, Hestra Gloves

What other occupations are you involved in?
Active Travel Guide and Trip Designer;  West Yellowstone Ski Camp and Steamboat Nordic Camp

Describe a teaching or learning experience that sticks out in your mind.
Having fun, connecting with people, and making skiing progress always leads to memorable experiences. Once in Juneau, Alaska, I was facilitating a clinic on skate skiing uphill efficiently with a group of skiers with different ability levels. Just as we were getting started, it started dumping snow. As we explored drills and exercises for skiing uphill the group was very interactive, started learning from each other and having breakthroughs. The skiing was challenging because of all the new snow and the powder runs downhill were super fun. The group just kept doing laps, learning, exploring, and having fun with each other. As the sun started getting lower, we skied in all together, exhausted but so fulfilled from this fun learning afternoon.

Cross Country:

  • Instructor training
  • Instruction – all ability levels
  • Coaching athletes (high school, middle school, club teams, masters groups)
  • Coaching coaches – specifically on technique development


  • PSIA-AASI: Cross Country Level III; PSIA-RM Division Education Staff and Trainer
  • U.S. Ski & Snowboard Cross Country Level 200 Coach

Gregory Rhodes


Where is you home mountain and/or ski club?
Endurance United Ski Club, St. Paul, MN and Buttermilk Mountain, Aspen, CO

Who are your PSIA-AASI Official Suppliers? 
Rossignol (skis, boots, and poles) and Hestra gloves

What other occupations are you involved in?
I have a PhD in Kinesiology with a focus on Sports Performance Exercise Physiology. I work as a college professor and a sports performance consultant for individual athletes as well as club teams.

Describe a teaching or learning experience that sticks out in your mind.
Every time I see a student return a year after I had them in a lesson or a clinic and have them be excited to show me how they have improved their skiing with working on drills and skills that I helped them with the last time I worked with them.

Training for cross country ski races and working with ski clubs on developing year-round programming to keep participants involved with skiing 12 months a year.


  • PSIA-AASI: Alpine Level I, Snowboard Level III, Children’s Specialist 2, Cross Country Level III, Rocky Mountain Trainer, RM-Divisional Ed Staff
  • U.S. Ski & Snowboard Cross Country Level 200 Coach
  • NSCA – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • Functional Movement Screening (FMS) level 1
  • USA Triathlon Level 1 Coach
  • USA Cycling Level 3 Coach