Uber ski instructor Kipper Warren Cluff explains Sundance Ladies Day to Tricia and why skiing is an excellent option for women–even those who have had a bad experience in the past or don’t like cold.
Long time listeners know that Nancy took on the challenge 4 years ago and you can read about her exploits on her Sundance Ladies Day page. But in this podcast, Tricia talks to Kipper and decides if skiing is right for her. Once she joins us, she will be a member of our group called Chicks on Sticks.
Don’t be deterred from listening if you don’t live in Utah or you think you will never ski because you live in the Bahamas. There are lots of lessons to learn about taking on a challenge that is both physical and mental. Maybe you want to run a marathon and this will inspire you. I don’t know why you would ever want to run a marathon, but you may be thinking that I am crazy for throwing myself down a mountain on sticks.
Interested in learning more? Contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll let you know how to join Chicks on Sticks. You can also read my recent guest blog post on the Sundance blog. If you live in another state, look for a ladies program at your local resort. If all else fails, take a lesson. It really makes all the difference and will get you enjoying both a mental and physical challenge (mostly mental) that will invigorate the long winter months.
See me getting my Bearclaw pin from Kipper? They usually give the pin to little kids when they learn to ski the mountain, so Kipper thought it was appropriate for me. I treasure that pin and the friendships I have made on the mountain. CHICKS ON STICKS RULE!