Category Archive: Training

Why a Suspension Training Class?

Last week I did my first Suspension Training class for Buzz Performance. Here’s a post I wrote that they published on their blog on why everyone should be doing some form of strength… Continue reading

Tour des Dents du Midi

Les Dents du Midi are based in Switzerland and can be seen from nearly all of Les Portes du Soleil resorts, particularly the Swiss ones such as Champéry, Champoussin and Les Crosets. We… Continue reading

Buzzing for Summer

How those winter chasers can be heading to the Southern Hemisphere for another winter, I don’t know. I’ve done it twice, and that’s enough! Friends of mine have done it for years, squeezing… Continue reading

Winter 2016/17 – Morzine

So there we have it, my first season as a ski instructor back home is complete. I posted back in November about Supreme Ski & Snowboard School expanding to Morzine, and I can’t… Continue reading

Certified Spinning® Instructor

When I booked on to last weekend’s Spinning® course in Egham, I didn’t quite process what I was to demand from my poor thighs and brain. In order to only take Saturday and… Continue reading

Creatures of Habit

My morning routine: Get out of bed. Have a pee. Drink a glass of water. Put the kettle on. Put porridge on to cook. Wash my face. Make tea. Get dressed. Pack my… Continue reading

Come fly with me

In the latest Ski & Board magazine, I was pleased to see an article entitled “Don’t suffer the cold shoulder” encouraging snowsport enthusiasts to strengthen vulnerable parts of the body, and to start… Continue reading

Back on Piste

I’m back on skis, back teaching and back into a healthier routine for my last few weeks in Queenstown. Score! My body is still trying to grow a wing and fly (maybe it… Continue reading

Off Games

These words haunt me still from my school days. Now, the words ‘off games’ aren’t used so much as just, ‘rest’. Change the record! It’s my own fault. I really need to get… Continue reading

A week on and off my skis

On my skis The Mountain – Coronet Peak is still closed. Yup, this is a sad fact, BUT the team up there have been working really hard to get the slopes looking a… Continue reading