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The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang are in full-swing and so, too, are our great Canadian Snowsports athletes. Here’s a quick video round-up (courtesy CBC) of how Canadians are being represented on the podium, thus far:
Getting to the outside ski is critical in maintaining your balance. This week, Josh shows us how to use the lower body to get to that all important outside ski.
We caught up with Head Coach Trennon Paynter to find out how he helps manage his athletes and prepare them to represent Canada in competitions all over the world.
Ex-Easterner and long-time Whistler local, Kristen Wint, has some great suggestions for winter adventures to experience with your family while in Whistler when you want to switch things up from skiing and riding.
In celebration of Canadian Ski Patrol Day 2018 (#CSPday2018), the Canadian Ski Patrol will once again try to break the Guinness World Record for making the most snow angels at the same time in multiple locations on February 3rd.
Snowboarding has never been a team sport. But a solid support staff can make a world of difference. “The all-around support of the Canada Snowboard team is definitely strong.” –Mark McMorris
We've all been there. More than a couple of days into being a skier. Perhaps the first day back after a layoff. Getting back to parallel skiing can be a challenge. This week, Josh Foster shows us how to get back to parallel.
"I discovered winter isn't all THAT bad. I mean, how can you hate winter when you're ripping down a hill full speed on a snow tube?!" Michelle Mackey from The Weather Network joined us at Ski Snow Valley in Barrie last week and had the chance to do a little skiing and snow tubing.
What separates the CAPOW experience from others? “CAPOW Guides are the backcountry mentors we all wish we had when we started.”
What’s the magic formula for clearing cranial clutter, fighting fear, balancing breathing, fostering focus and having more fun while skiing? One answer is mountain mindfulness. And the mindful wintersports trend, which has been exploding across Europe for the past decade, is now infiltrating Canadian ski areas.
What does skiing have to do with boxing? Good question. This week Josh shows us how to best keep our balance the slopes.