I’ve almost always had a pow board in the lineup. In the late 90s and early 2000s it was an Option Signature 162. After moving to Steamboat and playing around with the Burton Fish and Vapor, I fell in love with the Malolo and rode it as my deep-day board for a few years. Then the Sherlock arrived with a twin shape and Flying V, and I was sold on a twin-shaped powder ride. And then the Flight Attendant arrived, and again redefined what I want in a board primarily ridden in the soft stuff. Read more “2017 Burton Flight Attendant Snowboard”
Over the summer I wrote a review of the Fluidstance Level balance board and how I’ve been using it at my standing desk. They recently followed up with an interview for their a blog feature called “What Moves You: Chris Rogers Lives Life in Motion.” Check it out on their site, linked below, to hear my answers about my typical day, how I find balance between work and motion, and “My Fluidstance Story.”
Chris Rogers is a Snowboard National Team Member and Manager of Training at Vail Ski & Snowboard School. Read about his life in motion and how FluidStance helps
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Tune in for our first podcast episode of the year, focused around setting ski and snowboard resolutions and sticking to them!
Tune in for this episode with George Thomas, Stacey Gerrish, and me on making the most of teaching and training during lean snow seasons. Maybe we can even provide better training opportunities when the powder days are few and far between?
For the first time ever we sat the whole team down to record an episode with the entire snowboard team! Listen in as we tell some stories, share some insights, and give each other some crap!
Little behind on posting the podcasts we did live from Fall Conference. This one is with my snowboard teammate Nick Alfieri, alpine teammate Jon Ballou, and Beaver Creek counterpart Stacey Gerrish and is all about learning from failure. Check it out!
Following up from one of my recent articles in 32 Degrees, George and I recently sat down to chat about teaching kids to snowboard for the PSIA-AASI First Chair Podcast. Check out my article, tune in to the podcast, and then let me know your thoughts on teaching the extra young kiddos to snowboard!