Snowboarding is our biggest sport and we all love it. Here’s where Isaac is at in his progression. We are grateful for the mental toughness it teaches Isaac and how it has helped him gauge risk/reward.
He’s a straight shooter and lives fully in the moment. We love his extreme passion for snowboarding.
Ugh, it’s that time of year again. Mud season. Depressing. All of the major resorts are closing. All of the snow is melting. All of the shops are shutting down. As much as this seems to suck, I’m getting to look back and see how much I have progressed this season. Not just physically better at snowboarding, but mentally as well.
It was such a good season for me, but in a way, it was like snowboarding Hunger Games. Only half the kids who started the season in my group finished strong even with some casualties. It was definitely hard to work through mentally, constantly being aware that you could break yourself and your season could be over in a matter of seconds.
In just one day of snowboarding, you learn so much about yourself and how you work through fear. It has to be a perfect balance of risk/reward and…
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