January 19, 2017

Over the last decade as the former St. Scholastica Ski Team coach, friends and acquaintances knew I tested a lot of ski wax to get optimally performing skis for my skiers.  I’ve gotten asked, “what’s the wax?” so many times, it’s cliché.  At issue when this question ge...

November 21, 2016

Training tips often revolve around times, intensities, workout details; the nuts and bolts of how to get

fitter and faster. But coaching and performing is also about the emotional and mental qualities you

want to come out of you through a workout and ultimately a race. A...

October 25, 2016

One of the basic coaching principles for skiing is to break down the techniques.  The greatest breakdown is dryland techniques, done off of skis or rollerskis, working on the details of the movements, control, body position, specific motions, and relaxation.  While the...

September 20, 2016

As the leaves change, air cools, and frosty mornings greet us, memories of evenings under the lights at Chester Bowl--lungs screaming for oxygen and legs and arms turning to spaghetti--remind us it’s hillbounding time with DXC.

Other than feeling proud about pounding yo...

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