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This was a run on three different pitches at Breckenridge. Horseshoe Bowl, Cucumber Bowl, and Duke’s Gully.
Another fun video is contained on this link.
Welcome to MSP video lesson by Jon Lawson. Hopefully more MSP Pros will create video lessons for us all to watch. These will usually be brief, focusing on one movement or a series of movements to accentuate a skill or maneuver.
12,840′ starting elevation. 2 hrs after dark. 50 skiers and riders. Level 3 teaching certification or patrol certifications required. What an awesome experience. Thanks SS Director John Buhler for putting it together.
Maybe you noticed, maybe you haven’t. In ski country there are lines everywhere. Perhaps that is just an element of American culture. “If there is a line, it must be where I have to be.” hmmm…
Were you skiing when you were 5? Alex was. I still remember doing “froggie hops” with him on the Breckenridge “Vitoban” Poma. Well, not today!
Last year a few of my Front Range clients gave a call to Grand Timber Lodge. For $99 they received 2 nights in a hotel in town. Skied with me on Day 1, checked in that afternoon. Had a great dinner. Then skied with me on Day 2. After skiing they took a 90 min tour of the GTL property (pretty darn nice place). Day 3 they had a great ski. All three February days were AWESOME, as was most of last February!
There are other alternatives, of course. But hey, most are two to four time the cost for a two night stay in town. This deal even works on the holidays, or the big events such as Ullr fest and the international snow sculpture competition!
The mountain is looking great for the 2006-07 season so far. Peak 7 and the Lake Chutes on Peak 8 are calling my name.
Looking for a rocking season. Drop me an email or comment if you would like more “no pressure” info on the GTL $99 program. As a MSP guest, you always have the inside scoop!
All the best,
You could ski with your family and everybody could have their own optimal experience. Adjust gravity, pitch, snow conditions, weather conditions and surroundings.
What if you could change all the rules?
That was a theme for Breck Trainer Training this week.
Retinal Scanners, TAGR (Thought-Adjustable Gravity Regulators) with VAK plug-in (Visual Auditory Kinestetic), COPs ((Conveyer of Pillows (drops) and Conveyer of Pipe (Endless pipe)), LPAs – Learning Preference Adjuster, Orgasmitron suits (instant feedback), “Powderoy” (adjust depth of snow with the skis and boards sliding on a perfectly groomed surface, and GUT Goggles were all conceived, and explained. We even created the perfect run and mountain the “BUFLET” Breckenridge Ultimate Family Learning Experience Trail, viewable from the EverSun Deck with integrated UV protector.
You could ski with your family and everybody could have their own optimal experience. Adjust gravity, pitch, snow conditions, weather conditions and surroundings. Ski with your friends and family and see them at all times (only if you wish).
Science fiction – yeah probably.
But perception many times defines our reality. One person’s death-defying run of glory is another persons intermediate groomer. How can the instructor create these alternate realities? What becomes our role as professional instructors. How do we share these “supernatural” powers with our 550 instructors at Breckenridge? These were all questions asked, and considered. How can we affect such change as a band of 50 trainers?
Every morning Breckenridge instructors, as well as thousands of instructors worldwide, have the opportunity for training. To not only improve their skiing and riding, but to also take what they have learned, and share the passion with an individual or group of ski and ride students.
a skier or rider could see, feel, and experience the mountain the way the pro does? How fast could learning take place. Instant feedback. Understanding when one is doing it well, the instant it happens. The power of an affirmative response the instant it takes place.
The power of quality instruction, and of quality learning.
Thought-Adjustable Gravity Regulators don’t yet exist. But the ability to perceive gravity in a different way. That adjusts every time you slide on snow.
For more ideas on this subject (on and off snow), check out www.thesecret.tv , and come back to MySnowPro.com for the inside scoop!
Thank you to our facilitators Christina, Tommy, and Nina.
Keep looking for the pro of your dreams,
A company, NBS, losses 11 million customer records. The company operates in the mortgage banking, loans, insurance industries. Which Identity do you not want stolen: Financial, Criminal, Social Security, Medical, or Drivers License Identity.
Just two weeks ago, ACS in Colorado announced that they “lost” 1.4 million customer records in the state of Colorado. With 4.5 million Colorado residents, it makes you wonder. 1 in 4 people in Colorado because potential victims of Identity Theft with one incident. Statistically speaking, on every quad chairlift, one of the riders will be a victim this year.
And with 42% of the victims taking more than 1 year to rectify the situation. It makes Identity Theft Shield protection that much more critical.
to your success,