70+/80+ Skiing

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Re: 70+/80+ Skiing

Postby h.harb » Sun Mar 01, 2020 1:19 pm

JohnB is correct, John Clendenon is no longer a PMTS accredited coach and he doesn't teach PMTS. His method only works on green slopes with easy bumps. He doesn't engage his edges and lets his skis slide in easy bumps. It might be OK for a few tries but not sustainable for someone who really wants to ski bumps correctly or ski blue level bumps.
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Re: 70+/80+ Skiing

Postby midwif » Thu Mar 05, 2020 9:54 am

I attended one of John's clinics about 5 years ago.
Organizationally, content wise and skill wise, there is no comparison to PMTS camps.
PMTS rules.

On the other subject: back, knees, hips taking turns with stiffness and pain.
Feet hurt in the morning too. (any job where you are on your feet a lot seems to lead to foot arthritis).
Big difference since turning 60 with regular discomfort.
Need to start doing yoga regularly!
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