Skiing Style: I am a raw bones, hard turning, get'er done type of skier
Coaching Style: I wish I could ski what I coach. I'm not perfect. Try me, you will improve
MY MESSAGE TO YOU: Virtual coaching is potentially the best and easiest way to improve your experience on the water. Its accessible to anyone, and works for everyone. Join me, and I will work with you to help you meet your goals...Water Skiing is a passion I've been exploring for 25 years now, and it keeps getting better. If you want to learn to ski the right way...you've stumbled across the right place! I feel Virtual Coaching is potentially the next best thing to having us right in the boat, with you, during a ski set. The nice thing about Virtual Coaching is that its relatively cost effective when compared to flying us to your lake, or you flying to ours. Additionally, Virtual Coaching can provide you with consistency. Because of its cost effectiveness, you can begin to develop a long term game plan, knowing you won't be left in the dark after 1 or 2 lessons. In other words, you'll always have your coach there when you need them. The best part about it all is you'll have an 'online' account of all your lessons, what you learned and its effectiveness (through your ski logs). This all sums to create a pretty ridiculously good package.
MY BIO: Grew up in a small town in NorCal. Been shredding the water since I was 7 (probably couldnâ€™t call it shredding the first year or two). I guess Iâ€™m an adrenaline junky, and tend to always be looking for that next thrill ride. Skiing has become a solid source of adrenaline for me. Itâ€™s fast, its high-Gâ€™s and itâ€™s powerful. Canâ€™t be a spongebob if you wanna ski shortline, you might break in half. Through skiing Iâ€™ve had a chance to see parts of the world I never thought I would: China, Russia, Europe, Singapore , etcâ€¦ However, if I had to pick one reason for why I keep coming back to water skiing, itâ€™s the people. I have friends all over the world, good friends. I had sick role models growing up, that kept the fire burning inside. And every year I seem to find more inspiration in the people passing in and out of view.