Training, Park City Edition

I’m on the plane home from two weeks of training in Park City with the Alaska Pacific University ski team.  This camp was one for the books, with a grueling 26 training sessions over 14 days.  We were fortunate to be treated to mountain west sunshine, great training partners from around the country, and the combined expertise of some of the country’s greatest coaches.

A big challenge for me is getting good pictures of training while I’m out training myself.  Generally speaking, I’m too much of a perfectionist to want to post grainy iPhone pictures, but usually that’s all I can get.  This week, I handed my camera off to our APU assistant coach Sam Sterling.  It was a great decision, and Sam proved to be a master behind the lense.   Take a look:

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Lauren Fritz rolling on the rollerski track at Soldier Hollow on a perfect afternoon.

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Lex Treinen

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Steep uphill double-pole speeds.

Not a bad place to train.

Not a bad place to train.

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