Where we stand…
I am flying to New Zealand on Monday, July 30 to get back on snow. My back is feeling really really good some days and then other days I need to ice it after extensive exercises. That being said, the strength in my left leg has come a really long way. It’s not at 100 percent, but it is back to a level that is acceptable for good freeskiing. Sweden and other places are great for summer fun, but I have been hammering core and posture with some PT work and quite a bit of chiropractic work. I am off to New York this weekend to get three days with the kickass guys down there at IPA Manhattan, then off to VT to see the Dodge guys, having a B-Day celebration on Winnipeasukee and then sending it off to nzed. The weather down there has been pretty bad lately for snow, but we are all hoping it will turn around in the next 10 days. The women’s team is struggling. From reports it seems like Treble Cone, which is a bit higher than Coronet Peak, is in the best shape along with Mt Hutt.
I had a great workout yesterday morning with the Perfect Postures guys in Newton. Here are a few blurry pics. I guess the camera man didn’t have the setting dialed in.
Cheers and have a great weekend, w