Part 2 of our Visma Ski Classics special. We talk about the importance of developing a top to bottom, cradle to the grave, community based ski club which is anchored by a loppet/Visma Ski Classics team. Why the support of such a team (Visma Ski Classics) is vital to the overall health of skiing in the US.Read More The Subaru Factory Team
Part 1 of 3 – Visma Ski Classics Special: The state of marathon racing in the US, its relationship to club/community based ski programs, and how both affect you ……and Jessie Diggins. “My vision was to have a high-level program that was community-based, that the community supported and was behind and felt part of. I […]Read More Would having a Visma Ski Classics team in the US improve the overall health of the sport in the country?
As athletes, we all have strengths and weaknesses. From your diaper days in athletics, I’m sure you’ve been harped on to “work on your weaknesses.” Like most statements, this is, in one sense very true. What I would like to remind you, however, is that embracing what makes you “you,” honing in on it, and […]Read More 3 Ways to Improve your Skiing for Next Year – #3: Find Your Secret Sauce
No matter if my morning workout was an effortless 50k double pole done in record time or a never ending slog where rhythm couldn’t be more absent, as I shake off my coat and stomp the snow from my boats in the entryway of mouse, I’m greeted by a reminder – a sign which simply […]Read More 3 Ways to Improve Your Skiing for Next Year – #2 – Embrace a Growth Mindset
A new segment – “Dumb Ideas” A new idea on how to equalize the playing field in skiing Aaron Rodgers hosts Jeopardy and he is very full of himself… Visma Ski letter from CEO David Nilsson Commentary on Letsrun.com preposterous statement on the mile…. All that and more!Read More The Seder-Skier Podcast – Easter Show
The competitive season is over… Are you wanting to improve on your performances? This week, we release our three keys to improvement for next year…. and for a lifetime From the time I was about nine years old, I was always reading about my passions. As a 7th grade trumpet player, I bought a book […]Read More 3 Ways to Improve Your Skiing for Next Year: #1 = Learn to Listen
We continue our book study on Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood from John Piper and Wayne Grudem’s text.Read More Skieologians – RBMW – Episode 3 – Chapter 1 Part 1
Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood – John Piper and Wayne Grudem Episode 2: Foreward: For Single Men and Women (and the rest of us) Intro music – Jessie ThetfordRead More Skieologians Podcast!
Jessie Diggins on body image….but did she miss out on an opportunity to say something greater? This excerpt comes from Jessie Diggins’s blog after beating Therease Johaug, the greatest distance skier in the history of the sport, in a 10k skate race. Johaug had not lost an interval 10k start in ….half a decade? A […]Read More The best athlete response to a media question this year….
I’d be interested to hear you and Devon’s take on this: How far ahead would Klaebo have needed to be ahead for him to determine that it is NOT the best strategy to let Bolshunov catch up? Today, he determined that a 35+ second advantage was still too small. I find that this actually tells us […]Read More Dear Jason@Fasterskier.com