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Posted On February, 21, 2014
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia sparks inspiration for snow sport enthusiasts around the world. Some of the most popular events involve having technical skill and impressive style on the snowboard. The halfpipe, slopestyle and parallel slalom are just a few. While you might not want to compete on the world stage just yet, you can try a few of these simple snowboard tricks while you are hitting the slopes on your next outing:
Posted On February, 11, 2014
People watching the 2014 Winter Olympics might wonder how skiers reach such high levels of performance. A common misconception is that athletes prepare for snow sports only during winter months. The reality is, however, that Olympians train throughout the year. They use every muscle group of the body, but put a lot of focus on their legs. You might not be ready to tackle the slopes at the 2018 games, but you can start with these ski exercises:
Posted On February, 10, 2014
The 2014 Winter Olympics showcases the best athletes in snow sports performing at the highest levels of competition. Every jump, turn and slide down the mountain courses at Sochi, Russia is history in the making. One of the most prominent freestyle skiers of this generation, Alex Bilodeau, has already solidified his status as a Winter Olympics legend by defending his title in the men’s moguls.