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3 Ways To Reset

Posted by Casey Larson on Sep 16th 2021

3 Ways To Reset

Hey Ski Post!With this month being all about giving you some training insights or little hacks we athletes have I wanted to use my article to talk a little bit about mental health and motivation. I ha …

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Summer Vibes – Dryland and Rollerskiing 101 Day Camps

Posted by By Emily Lovett Photo Credits: Linda Guerrette on Sep 9th 2021

Summer Vibes – Dryland and Rollerskiing 101 Day Camps

Many of us rollerskiing as part of our summer training plan. Over the years I’ve talked to people curious about trying it but too unsure to invest time and expense for the equipment. This summer we wo …

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Recovery and Injury Prevention

Posted by Scott Lacy on Sep 9th 2021

Recovery and Injury Prevention

One of my biggest take-aways from re-entering the professional skiing world is how much the little things matter. In particular, the little self care and injury preventive actions, can truly make a d …

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Favorite Meals

Posted by Reid Goble on Sep 9th 2021

Favorite Meals

Hello all, Reid here, to tell you about some of my favorite meals!BreakfastFor the most important meal of the day, I try to make something that is healthy and fast since I am usually off to training e …

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Posted by Amanda Kautzer on Sep 2nd 2021

Sustainability Habits While On The Road

I’ve spent a lot of time on the road this last year traveling between my “home base” in Bozeman, my hometown of Minneapolis (ish), visiting my boyfriend in Michigan, and races/training camps across th …

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​Quick Stretch - Lengthen your Spine!

Posted by Katie Feldman on Aug 26th 2021

​Quick Stretch - Lengthen your Spine!

Greetings from smoky Sun Valley. While we’ve had some amazingly clear days to get out for long rollerskis and runs, the air here has been super variable. Most evenings the team is making an indoor bac …

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Using Your Training Log for Better Recovery

Posted by Annika Landis on Aug 26th 2021

Using Your Training Log for Better Recovery

As the fall approaches, I have once again found myself looking back on the summer and reflecting on the things that went well and the things that did not. One thing I spend a lot of time reflecting on …

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Update + The Work, Life, Training Balance

Posted by Garrett Butts on Aug 26th 2021

Update + The Work, Life, Training Balance

Hello, hello! Hope everyone is doing well, and have enjoyed a glorious summer of doing whatever it is that gets you going! Since the last update, a lot has been going on, so I will give you the short …

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Posted by Gus Schumacher on Aug 19th 2021

​Rollerski vs. Ski Technique

Rollerskiing is an amazing training tool for the summer. Whether your goal is winning the Birkie, or just making sure those first steps on snow don’t look like Bambi on ice, some summer rollerski trai …

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Posted by Hannah Rudd on Aug 19th 2021

On Being a Couch Potato

Hello SkiPost readers! These articles are always fun to write- especially when I get to share about great training sessions in Bozeman, productive ski camps, and successful races in the winter. It ten …

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Posted by Ryan Meeker on Aug 19th 2021

​The Moquah Challenge

Not the traditional athlete writing here but an employee of Enjoywinter. Last year with Covid an actual marathon with hundreds of runners and supporting crew was nigh impossible. Yet I still wanted to …

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Posted by Timothy Ziegler on Aug 12th 2021

The Many Variables In Ski Jumping

As in any sport, a lot of different variables are taken into account while ski jumping. People might be able to guess what a lot of these factors are by using common sense, like the wind constantly ch …

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Posted by Alayna Sonnesyn on Aug 12th 2021

​Altitude Training Camp

There are pros and cons to staying in one place all season to train. If you stay home, you get consistent, quality training without the stress of travel or finding new training locations. However, you …

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Posted by Reid Goble on Jul 29th 2021

Reid's Summer Update

It’s sunny, it’s hot, and it’s a little smoky…so you know it’s summer!This time of year is vital for training, and here in Bozeman, MT with the BSF team we have been dialing it in. This is really my f …

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Posted by Annika Landis on Jul 29th 2021

Adaptability

Hello! Annika here checking in from the Craftsbury GRP with some tips on how to be adaptable in diverse training environments and conditions.Adaptability is a skill that I value highly but am also con …

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Posted by Andy Gerlach on Jul 22nd 2021

​If The Shoe Fits, Or Doesn't

A gentle reminder that small differences in equipment can make large differences in your daily enjoyment. I've been spending this spring and summer trying to regain some form of fitness that I ha …

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Posted by Jared Shumate on Jul 22nd 2021

Summer Is Sweatin’ Season!

This summer has been a hot one for everyone. Right now at my home in Park City, Utah, most days have high temperatures peaking in the mid-90s which is not ideal for long exercises. I am certainly not …

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Posted by Alayna Sonnesyn on Jul 22nd 2021

Finding Color In The Gray

Vermont always seems to deliver the extremes. It’s either 85 degrees, sunny and humid, or 55 and raining, also humid. Lately, we’ve had a lot of the latter. I’m typically all for sunshine and recogniz …

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Posted by Gus Schumacher on Jul 15th 2021

Abilica Inbound

My brand new Abilica rollerski treadmill (XC 2700) got in yesterday! I got a few friends to come over to receive it, because we are all super excited about it. As far as I know, it’s the first rollers …

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Posted by Sarah Goble on Jul 15th 2021

​Running the Ruby Crest Trail

This past weekend the XC Gold Team headed down to the Ruby Mountains in Nevada for a fun adventure. We ran/hiked the Ruby Crest trail south to north, which spans about 40 miles through the mountain ra …

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Posted by Kati Feldman on Jul 14th 2021

Hip Stretching-IMPORTANT for ALL Nordic Skiers

Greetings from Sun Valley! It’s been hotter than normal here, and the Gold Team has been training well. We’ve been fitting in our longer and harder sessions early in the morning to beat the heat, but …

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​Hurry up and wait!

Posted by Timothy Ziegler on Jul 8th 2021

​Hurry up and wait!

For me, one of the greatest things I’ve learned throughout my years as a Nordic combinedathlete that is applicable to my everyday life is the idea of “hurry up and wait.” To be able tohurry up and wai …

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​Update+ Tips for Training at Altitude

Posted by Garrett Butts on Jul 2nd 2021

​Update+ Tips for Training at Altitude

UpdateHappy Summer!! Here in CO, summer is in absolute full swing! Meaning, I am busy, busy, busy. While I’m at home in the summer I’m fortunate to work for my Dad’s outfitting business (Tenderfoot Ou …

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The Needs Change Year by Year

Posted by Taylor Fletcher on Jul 2nd 2021

The Needs Change Year by Year

As I am traveling home from our latest camp, my realization of where I am fitness wise has changed and the ways I go about my training has changed a bit too. When I last wrote for the Enjoy Winter blo …

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The Perks (?) Of A Broken Toe

Posted by Amanda Kautzer on Jul 2nd 2021

The Perks (?) Of A Broken Toe

If you know me or have been following my social media, you’ll know that I’ve been nursing a broken big toe for the last 11 weeks. While I’ve dealt with my fair share of chronic or overuse injuries, th …

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Katie’s Quick Stretch

Posted by Katie Feldman on Jun 24th 2021

Katie’s Quick Stretch

Katie’s Quick StretchHi SkiPost! Katie Feldman from the Sun Valley Gold Team here. As a long-time racer and reader of SkiPost, I’m excited to be working with EnjoyWinter and contributing content here. …

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"Especially With Beijing on the Horizon"

Posted by Casey Larson on Jun 23rd 2021

"Especially With Beijing on the Horizon"

Hey SkiPost! After a tough March on the jumping hill, I had a great reset throughout April. I definitely did not stop thinking about ski jumping but we always try during the off-season. I took a trip …

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​Fueling For Training

Posted by Gus Schumacher on Jun 16th 2021

​Fueling For Training

Everyone knows you have to eat a little differently for training performance, right? I did, but I never really took the time to learn about what food and drinks made me feel and perform best on big tr …

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5 Ways to  Dial in Your Summer Training

Posted by Hannah Rudd on Jun 16th 2021

5 Ways to Dial in Your Summer Training

Hello!Hannah here, checking in from Bozeman, MT where the sun is cooking, and the summer is in full swing. As I sit here and look at the date on my computer screen, June 17th, it’s crazy to think abou …

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​The Start of the Olympic Year

Posted by Jared Shumate on Jun 16th 2021

​The Start of the Olympic Year

Kicking off an Olympic year brings a new level of excitement, expectations, and nerves to everything that happens during the training year. It is hard not to think about the Olympics and the prospect …

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