Keep Your Cool: Plan, Execute, Reflect

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. As you start to get on snow and prepare for big races, we should consider that training isn’t only for the body. In my 30 years involved in ski racing, I can say that of all the races I’ve competed in personally as well as those I’ve witnessed as a coach or spectator, the VAST majority weren’t perfect; they were maybe rushed in place, too frantic at times, and were less effective at using energy well between the start and fini

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