Yep title says it all, I'm looking for a Ski coach that can help me improve my tricks! I live in Richmond Hill, ON. I've been looking for some on the net but I haven't got much results. I'm a freeskier age 16!
"You put on your boots, click into your bindings, dust the snow off your skis, and head out for the chair. It doesn't matter that you failed a test, didn't get the girl, or that your life is on a one way trip down the shitter, your world is right for the next couple of hours."-easy.steezy
"As long as that feeling's there, you're gonna keep coming back every year until you get that feeling and more." - THall
"praise jah and his prophet tanner hall, whose ankles were destroyed twice to save yours. bless"
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in address to everyone who says a private coach will just pressure you into tricks, yeah this is true for some but for the good ones they will teach you how to throw it safely and do it properly. the price is yes pricey but if you consider how much medical bills will be if you crash its worth it.
I compete in big mt and switched off a team and into the private coaching because i found that on the team it was yeah "go bigger dude" but with my private coach its alright do this this this then try going bigger (far more personalized) and i stick it safely every time. After wrecking before my private coach and getting a 10k hospital bill that's worth it.
Great to see that you are keen to improve your skiing and take it to the next level, few things to consider however.
A ski coach won't make a lot you better. You really need to push yourself and improve on your own accord. Also try and find a bunch of mates you could ski with - skiing with friends really does improve your skiing and it's a lot more fun than with your coach! Maybe consider looking for a local freestyle squad you could sign up for. I've always found groups are much better to ski with. Coaches however to help a fuck tonne with knowing if you are ready or not for a trick (they've been there and done that) and also add structure and direction with your daily skiing and goals.