In yoga, as in skiing, it’s all about your breath.
Yoga is good for skiers. But is hot yoga better?
Do wall sits all you want—but if you’re not flexible, you’re not getting the most out of your muscle.
A love letter to the springiest spring-skiing conditions.
SKI’s instruction director, PSIA Alpine Demo Team coach, and former US Ski Team coach Michael Rogan officially gave up summers in 1989. He doesn’t miss them one bit.
In skiing, as in life, balance is everything.
Boxes, rails, backflips. Two Skiing editors enter the strange poleless world of park skiing and learn, among other things, why God made Advil.
They say if you seek happiness, you will never find it. But I'll tell you exactly where it is: in the fjords of northern Norway, just on the other side of your own discomfort.
For real skiers who also happen to be parents, the adventure never stops. Especially in Portillo.
Everything he does is full-on. Including, these days, parenthood.
What do you do when powder doesn’t pan out? It rarely happens at magical Red Mountain, B.C. But when it does, well, we are skiers. We’ll find the joy.
We test a new ski-touring binding from industry-giant Marker.
Up. Down. In skiing as in life. But when heliskiing in Iceland, the down is by far the best part.
On heli skiing and the existence of unicorns in British Columbia.
The Whistler-based phenom releases another awesome edit—and even better skiing.
Even superstars have to pay Uncle Sam.
The Swedish freeskier rolls to the slopes in yet another practical winter automobile.
Miller characteristically tries to ski through the pain—and uncharacteristically looks forward to racing next year.
A Ski Magazine editor finally admits to trashing our company car.