Monday, October 26, 2020

Bingaman: How to nail your pre-race dryland routine

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What should you do the day before a race? Should you rest completely? Take the day off? Ski a couple runs? Full length...

Lewis: Making failure your friend

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Embracing failure is critical for all athletes, but especially for ski racers. Everything about ski racing is tough.

Are you prepared to Stop the Bleed?

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Originally a response to mass shootings, Stop the Bleed has been embraced by the ski world, where severe cuts from razor-sharp edges have become all too familiar.

Bingaman: Pre-skiing warm-up strategies

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A large majority of our lives are run on habits. The habits we form, whether consciously or unconsciously, will often dictate our long-term outcomes....

Porino: There’s a financial crisis in junior ski racing

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Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles Ski Racing Media will publish on the rising cost of alpine ski racing and the lack of fundamental skill development in the U.S.

Fall Line: The Mikaela Method

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In Shiffrin’s rise to the top of skiing there are lessons we can all learn from.

Self-Reflection as a Tool for Success

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Doug Lewis takes a look back at the journals he kept as a young racer, and reflects on how they helped shape his ski racing career.

In-Season Strength Training – Why, When, What, How?

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Amid the extensive travel, early mornings, long days on the hill, racing, more travel, more training, more racing, physio work, team dinners,...

How to Survive (and Thrive) Your First Year of FIS

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FIS racing can be intimidating when you first start, but don't let that mindset bring you down when you step in the starting gate.

Bridging the Sports Psychology Gap in Junior Racing

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The ELITEAM Journal aims to help coaches, parents, and athletes learn the skills that give them confidence on the ski hill and in life.

Fun is a Mental Tool for Ski Racing Success

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We all know that ski racing isn't fun ALL the time, but here's how you can use fun to help you out of those tough times.

Don’t Stop Now: It’s Time for In-Season Dryland

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Just because you're phasing into on snow training doesn't mean gym time should be over. In-season training will help you stay fit and healthy through the season.

Foods to Avoid During Heavy Training Blocks

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Making the right choice about what to eat after you work out will boost recovery and performance.

Make Every Day a Good Day of Training

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There's always something positive to take away from each day of training.

A Strong Team is a Recipe for Success

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A strong team dynamic teaches everything from respect, to pushing limits, to never giving up - all skills that correlate to physical success.

Build a Positive and High-Performing Ski Team Culture

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Even though ski racing is an individual sport, team culture can be critical to athlete success.

Sprongo Brings AI Video Analysis to the Masses

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How Sprongo's new SIVA intelligent video analysis platform looks to change sport analysis forever.

How to be the Best Ski Racing Parent Possible

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Being a ski racing parent is definitely not an easy path to take when it comes to your child's athletic career.

When Coaches and Parents Work Together, Kids Win

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Second only to the coach-athlete relationship, the relationships between coaches and parents should never be neglected, either.

Make Your Final Deposits to Your Confidence Bank

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The time is now for your final preparations before race season.

Push Through the “Grind” of Fall Conditioning

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It's almost winter, don't let up in the gym!

Turn Up the Volume

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How college skiers get their snow days, and how the skiing community helps.

Ski Racing on a Budget

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Although ski racing is a costly sport, there are ways to be creative and use the systems and resources available to keep costs down and construct a quality program for your junior ski racer.

What’s The Deal With Fluoro Wax?

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Skiers have used fluorocarbon wax for that extra bit of speed on race day for years, can you still buy it in the United States?
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