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​Exercising in Wildfire Smoke

Posted by Theodore Ford, MD on Oct 8th 2020

​Exercising in Wildfire Smoke

By Theodore Ford, MD As wildfires burn across the west, my environment has a fog-like smoke veil, and I can't see more than 500 feet in front of me. Today in Bend Oregon, the air quality index (A …

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​Update + The Pros and Cons of Time Trials

Posted by Garrett Butts on Oct 8th 2020

​Update + The Pros and Cons of Time Trials

By Garrett Butts Fall is here! But not for long... Since the last update, just about the only thing that has changed is that I now have more classes on my plate than I did before. But, to be …

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Rollerski Wheel Size and You

Posted by Jacob Huseby on Sep 17th 2020

Rollerski Wheel Size and You

Dear SkiPost, Larger diameter wheels roll over pebbles,- which cause falls,- better than small wheels, so why not make them standard equipment? Thanks-RHi R- To address your question ab …

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A Great Opportunity To Be Adaptable

Posted by Max Durtschi on Sep 17th 2020

A Great Opportunity To Be Adaptable

by Max Durtschi This season has proven to be a different thus far - a great opportunity to be adaptable, explore new areas, and challenge myself as an athlete. Because my resident room at th …

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Ski Season Outlook 2021. Let's Talk About Masks.

Posted by Jacob Huseby on Sep 11th 2020

Ski Season Outlook 2021. Let's Talk About Masks.

By Jacob Huseby Ski Season 2021 is going to happen, and it's going to be different than what we are used to. US Ski and snowboard have canceled all national events, and countless citizen races ha …

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App Gap by Ian Torchia

Posted by Ian Torchia on Sep 9th 2020

App Gap by Ian Torchia

Two weeks ago I competed in the App Gap rollerski race put on by the New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA) up the Appalachian Gap mountain pass on matched Swenor rollerskis. In normal times, the …

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​August Update With Hannah Rudd!

Posted by Hannah Rudd on Aug 31st 2020

​August Update With Hannah Rudd!

Hello everyone!!The past month or so has been quite busy for me and has brought some great progression in my training. This summer the BSF PRO Team was able to train a lot with a great squad of colleg …

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Meet The Impressive Lucas Bourgoyne

Posted by Lucas Bourgoyne on Aug 25th 2020

Meet The Impressive Lucas Bourgoyne

My name is Lucas Bourgoyne and I ride for the Elevate Webiplex Pro Cycling, the #1 rated professional cycling team in America. My cycling career has been pretty short and sweet as I am only 19, but th …

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Summer Training Updates With Max Durtschi

Posted by Max Durtschi on Aug 14th 2020

Summer Training Updates With Max Durtschi

So far my summer training season has been filled with adventure and wonderful moments spent with my fiancé and her family. I have been based in northern Minnesota, where I have enjoyed exploring the n …

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Summer Update -Ian Torchia

Posted by Ian Torchia on Aug 6th 2020

Summer Update -Ian Torchia

Hey all, As I begin August after a mid-summer break from Stratton, I look back on the past months of training and reflect on what I did well, what I didn't execute well, and what I can improve on. Tra …

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Big Weeks 101

Posted by Andy Newell courtesy of Nordic Team Solutions on Aug 5th 2020

Big Weeks 101

Mid-Summer is the season for big volume training weeks. Most skiers have gradually built their training base for the past 12 weeks and will now schedule a few higher volume weeks before decreasing hou …

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Sophie's Favorite Workouts

Posted by Sophie Caldwell-Hamilton on Aug 5th 2020

Sophie's Favorite Workouts

It's been a different kind of summer this year without any travel or national team camps. While I miss seeing my teammates who live in other parts of the country, I'm lucky to have a really strong gro …

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KLAEBO RUN

Posted by Karmen M. Whitham on Jul 27th 2020

KLAEBO RUN

As a high school coach and someone who teaches new skiers, I read "uphill running" and my mind screeches in alert "this is a classic case of "'you need to know the rules before you can break the rules …

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Hey Sports Fans! Checking in with Gus Schumacher

Posted by Gus Schumacher on Jun 19th 2020

Hey Sports Fans! Checking in with Gus Schumacher

Hey Sports Fans!ByGus SchumacherMy last couple blocks of training have gone pretty well, with one setback called shin splints, caused from running too much early in the spring. It's been a little b …

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