Vikings Week 1 Recap

I finally put storage wax on my skis, which means it’s time for mini-camps to begin in the NFL. Recently at the Seder-Skier we were made aware of a certain publication which not only made game-by-game predictions for the Minnesota Vikings upcoming season, but actually walked through how the game would unfold. This idea of […]

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Seder-Skier Podcast Reflections: Nathan Alsobrook – “The way coaching should be.”

Below are my reflections on my conversation with Nathan Alsobrook, the head coach at Bowdoin College. Our podcast will be released tomorrow. Maine’s state slogan is, “The way life should be.” After my conversation with Nathan Alsobrook, who joined us on this episode of the Seder-Skier Podcast, I was left thinking it might be appropriate […]

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Memoirs of the Multi Sport Athlete, Part 2: Skimeister Jace Peters of Lake County High School Joins

Jace Peters had a full year in 2019-2020, even without a track season. The cross country runner and skier placed 2nd in the Colorado Skimeister competition (combined alpine and nordic performances) behind teammate Matt Cairns. I witnessed both of these guys, as well as the entire LCHS team, train hard in the weightroom, on the […]

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Seder Skier Podcast Ep. 6 – Memoirs of the Multi-sport Athlete, Part 1 – The Kendall Kramer Show

Memoirs of the Multi-Sport Athlete is a series the SederSkier podcast is doing on nordic skiers who participate in some other sport in addition to the one with skinny skis. Alpine (skimeister), cross country running, track, and mountain biking are all activities often juggled by these athletes. In a world where we are increasingly encouraging […]

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Why being great still requires being basic even in a world built on flashy instant gratification.

The crunch of snow beneath my boots broke the silence of another dark, early morning as I waddled precariously across campus, navigating above lurking black ice, which hid itself beneath the freshly fallen snow towards. Frozen shut, I yanked until my car door finally peeled open, ice shaking loose from the hinges. I swung my […]

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