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Freestyle Event Descriptions

Multi – FS 050 – Basic Freestyle

What:  This event emphasizes riding, complemented by some tips and drills used in freestyle coaching.

Why:  This event is the perfect opportunity for members to prep for their Freestyle Specialist 1, as well as get into some Freestyle Specialist 2 material.

How:  A two-day clinic, members coming into this event should expect to drastically increase their riding sills on rails, jumps, and other freestyle features as well as learn a few teaching tricks.

 

Multi – FS 100 – Freestyle Specialist 1, 2 & 3

 

Must have a firm grasp of teaching concepts and a willingness to try some of the maneuvers. This 2-day event mixes skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels in one collaborative group to share ideas and improve park skills. The first day will be an informal clinic to introduce and share freestyle skills. The second day, applicants will be evaluated on their riding and teaching skills. The written exam will be given on Sunday morning. Teaching, riding and technical knowledge requirements can be found in the Freestyle Accreditation Study Guide posted at www.psia-c.org.

 

Multi – FS200 – Advanced Freestyle

What:  This event emphasizes riding, complemented by some tips and drills used in freestyle coaching.

Why & How:  This event is geared toward preparing for Freestyle Special 2 or 3 and/or just to learn new tricks and push your limits.

 

Multi/Freestyle – SB 451 – Intro to 1/2 & Jumps

What: This event emphasizes riding, complemented by some tips and drills used in freestyle coaching.

Why & How: Learn the basics of ATML and get comfortable, leaving the ground and getting used to transitions on Jumps and in the Half Pipe.

 

 

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