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Five Exercises to Prevent Injury and Keep You On the Slopes All Winter Long

As a Certified Athletic Trainer, we often find that hip and core strength play a key role in keeping athletes healthy, but can sometimes be overlooked aspects of strength and conditioning programs. By focusing on these elements, you can prevent injuries and keep yourself on the slopes all season long. Here are five exercises to try out:

By Chris Toone | Jan 18, 2019

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4 Independent Ski Racing Teams You Should Know About

Editor's Note: This post was originally published October 9th, 2018 and has recently been updated and revised for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

A series of recent articles and social media buzz surround a development in the North American skiing scene - the rise of independent race teams.

By Geof Ochs | Jan 11, 2019

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Seven Tips and Tricks for Traveling with Ski Gear

As multi-mountain ski passes such as Epic and Ikon keep growing in popularity and domestic airfares reach all time lows, exploring different resorts has never been so affordable. At SYNC, we have a long track record of traveling between cities and continents in search of the world’s best terrain. During our adventures, we’ve learned a few things about traveling with ski gear. As you follow the snow and try out some new resorts this season, here are seven tried-and-true tips to improve your travel experience.

By Geof Ochs | Jan 10, 2019

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How Our Customer's Donations Are Making a Positive Impact on the Ski Racing Community

Editor's Note: This post was originally published August 22nd, 2018 and has recently been updated and revised for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

SYNC Performance allows customers to donate 10% of their online or custom sales purchases back to partners in the Elevate the Athlete program.

We are excited to share what our current partners have been up to and how they are making a positive impact on the mountain community they serve.  

By Makayla Brown | Jan 4, 2019

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