Swimming to success

The Club de natation Mont-Tremblant (CNMT) swim club is making waves at the Complexe aquatique Mont-Tremblant (CAMT). In the 120-member-strong community club, goals are being set, met and exceeded. Goal…

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100 days of cross-country skiing for a good cause

As a yoga instructor, Mélisande Turpin has to promote herself regularly on the social media. In order to give back to the community, the young woman is sharing her visibility…

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Stay in shape this summer!

Do your training practices support your leisure and outdoor activities? Conditionnement Fonctionnel Mont- Tremblant provides training adjusted to the strengths and limits of each participant, all supervised by a certified…

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Northland: From skiing to landscaping

Erik Guay – the most highly decorated alpine skier in Canada’s history – and his wife Karen recently acquired Northland in partnership with two couples, friends of theirs who, like…

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Bob Gilmour, « fou du ski »

Bob Gilmour, crazy about skiing Bob Gilmour was born on January 1, 1935, in Rosemere, Québec. His parents, Kenneth and Elsie, owned a dairy farm where they produced buttermilk. Their…

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Looking back at the Olympics

I found the Beijing Games really interesting, although a bit hard to follow thanks to the time difference. The ambience, for a spectator, is obviously very different from that of…

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Everyone can improve with coaching

This week I was lucky enough to work with Valérie Grenier at Tremblant. Back from the Games, she was home for a short stopover before returning to Europe for the…

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Self-esteem: too often neglected in training

Last week I gave a development-level training session to coaches. One of the aspects discussed was self-esteem. We talked about actions to take with young people who are more self-effacing…

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L’importance de la course en ski alpin

The importance of racing in alpine skiing Skiers have been training in gates without participating in a race for more than a year now. It’s time to start the competitions,…

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Slow and steady wins the race

Aesop was right. Without being the tortoise in the fable, you can progress by taking small steps and in particular, by being steady in your efforts to develop your physical…

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