Chris Fellows, author of Total SkiingandNASTC’s co-founder, presented details on how the fitness component plays a key role in skiing performance and injury prevention. Fellows discussed the components needed to create a customized ski improvement plan and outlined his systematic approach on how to teach skiers to ski their best. He also covered the latest changes in ski and snow equipment technologies, wireless training applications, trends in mountain sport participation, and new resources available, making this one webinar to watch before hitting the slopes this season!
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About the presenter
Chris Fellows is the author of Total Skiing and has been a ski instructor, trainer, and clinician for more than 25 years. A 9-year member of the prestigious Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) national Alpine team, Fellows sat on the board of directors of PSIA-W for 15 years, where he has also served as the vice president of education. In 1994 Chris cofounded and now directs the North American Ski Training Center, a worldwide adventure ski school that offers 28 courses at 18 resorts around the globe yearly.
Fellows has worked closely with the Center for Health and Sports Performance and is an advisor for several snow sport industry companies, including Rossignol, Nordica, Fischer, and Patagonia. Off the slopes, Chris contributes to Ski magazine, Tahoe Quarterly, Professional Skier, and Sierra Sun. He also has contributed instructional videos to the Ski Channel and Ski.com.