Hey everyone, just dropped a new episode of the podcast, talking with Bdog himself about his entire career. There are a LOT of insight and behind the scene input he gave that was really interesting.
Here are some of the cool input Phil shared;
B&E show: When Phil had the idea of the B&E concept, his first thought for a partner was B-paul (Paul Bergeron)
The education of style: Phil's whole segment concept had a lot to do with him quitting on competitions and making a stand to be his true self and pursue what he really wanted to do.
Keynote skier: A big drive of going all out in 2014 was a feeling of being a sidekick to Henrik after seeing him ski so well in 2012 for The education of style
Doubles: Phil not hopping on the double cork train in the early 2010's had nothing to do with a stand against them as many people thought. It had more to do with him not being comfortable with them and not having a schedule that allowed him to have time to learn them.
BE inspired: Having a Raekwon verse cost them 10K$ (the guys really went all in into their original soundtrack concept)
Tempo: Phil did his first dub 12 in Riksgransen in the 2017 when the conditions were right and contrary to what people would think seeing his shots in the movie, it was a battle to get this trick.
Phil was really generous and was a GREAT guest to have on, i think it's a great episode to listen to for all NSers!