Adam Dowell, owner of his own training business, Avail Performance, is a big advocate of functional training in the gym when he’s not on the mountain. Having been an athlete his whole life Adam understands the need for maintenance to perform at peak levels. Photo by Andrew Miller.
Monthly Archives:: October 2013
Trick or Treat? Mother Nature is offering up nothing but treats for Halloween, with storm totals now approaching two feet and powder turns being found in the Jackson Hole backcountry. We got out for a few turns this morning to celebrate Halloween and all of the new snow. We are fired up on skiing powder… Read more »
It’s not even Halloween yet and Jackson Hole is already looking like winter. We were greeted with another coating of white this morning with over 4″ falling at the Rendezvous Bowl plot, on top of the 10″ reported yesterday. Check out the photos from yesterday morning as we enjoyed the new snow and the Jackson… Read more »
We are starting to receive our hardgoods orders and as we un-package these shiny new skis, all of us start thinking about our best turns from last year. Mark my words, it is going to be a big year!
JHMR athlete Hadley Hammer is a top-level competitive freeskier and will be competing on the Freeride World Tour this season. In preparation for the tour, Hadley has been training hard with the Mountain Athlete gym in Jackson Hole. Check in with Hadley as she offers up a couple of go-to exercises to get your ski… Read more »
The early winter continues in Jackson Hole with more snow falling over the last few days. The past 3 nights have seen snow accumulate on the upper mountain, with the total 3-day count at 8″. Even with all of the snow up high, fall is hanging on down in the valley, although winter is starting… Read more »
Mother nature has been keeping us guessing over the past week in Jackson Hole. We’ve seen two consecutive nights of snow at the higher elevations, with the valley floor getting a full coat of white last night as well. The contrast between fall colors at the lower elevations and a coating of white up high… Read more »