Preseason Training at Snogression

Snowboard Muse

By Snowboard Muse \ October 21 2014 \ 2 Comments

Preseason training should be a part of every snow sport athlete’s routine. It is pretty easy to go to the gym to strengthen your legs and core, but what about keeping your air awareness sharp? There are very few places and ways to learn your flips and air style in a safe, controlled environment. Snogression is the place.
 
The other day I went to Snogression, a training facility specifically designed to help athletes learn and progress their air awareness. They have an amazing set-up: super tramps, fly beds, foam pits, and a full-on fake snow ramp. I had a blast checking this place out. I got to talk with some pros and groms from Team Utah while getting in on the action as well! Check out the edit to see what this place is all about!
 
 
If you want to take your skills to the next level head to Snogression. They have all kinds of sessions to help you achieve your full potential, including free ride and 1-on-1 coached sessions.
 
For more information on Snogression:
2855 South 1030 West
South Salt Lake, Utah 84119
 
Team Utah is a non-profit that makes snowboarding more accessible by spreading the costs of the sport across an ever growing group of people. We also make snowboarding more geographically accessible by hosting programs at multiple locations. Team Utah currently hosts programs at 9 different locations in Utah during the winter. We offer cross training, internships, industry involvement, and global travel to our members year round. For more information visit:
 
A huge thanks to:
 
Snogression
Croshane Hillyard at Croshane Media for the help with the edit/film
Team Utah
LJ Strenio for sharing your words and epic footage (Full LJ edit) Athlete page
Ally Dax
Nina Ruth Czekelius
 
 

Andrew Muse, originally from North Shore, Massachusetts. Followed his passion for the mountains and snow and moved to Utah at age 17. Nine years later he works as a professional snowboarder and content creator for brands like GoPro, Rossignol and SkiUtah. Traveling the country in his van with his pup Kicker, producing a travel series called "Tiny Home Adventure".