Skiing Style: Balanced, efficient, hybrid
Coaching Style: Basic, thorough, scientific
Thanks for visiting our site! I'm glad you've taken the time to consider Virtual Coaching. This is the next level of waterskiing... I don't think people really understand what has happened here. We've bridged the gap between beginners and professionals. You can start logging your sets today with MySkiLog.com and quickly move into getting a lesson from the best coaches and skiers that waterskiing has to offer. When I designed the Pro Ski Coach Virtual Coaching System, I took into account countless hours that I spent in the boat at Chris Rossi's SkiTek. I also conducted several virtual coaching sessions over e-mail and on the phone, so I knew what was needed to be able to make a great impact with skiers. Virtual Coaching went live on April 1st, 2009. The real potential for this tool has still been left untapped. With access to the very top level of the sport just a few keystrokes away, I wonder why only several people have taken advantage of the system. I think part of it is pride. People see video of themselves and are disappointed, so there's no way they would send it off to a pro! But this is a fallacy. The pro that is going to watch your video is not going to judge you on your lack of skills. That's not why this exists. We want more people skiing, and more people having more fun skiing better, is better for everyone in the industry. We want pro events drawing big crowds, and we want Pro Skiers to make enough money to be able to afford to live. So pick out a coach and take that first step to a new world of skiing. Get whatever video or pictures you have together, and keep track of your sets using MySkiLog.com. Your logged sets become directly available within the Virtual Lesson - so your pro will see your boot setup and what you've been working on in the past few sets. All this information, combined with whatever images or video you have of yourself, will give your Pro Ski Coach the information they need to bring your skiing to the next level.
Wade Williams is from Lynn, Massachusetts. He grew up on Flax Pond, and learned to ski on this urban waterway. Wade attended Florida Southern College in Lakeland, FL, under a partial scholarship to participate on the Water Ski Team. After 4 years he graduated with a BS in Computer Science and a minor in Math.