Keeping the Stoke: More Shred flicks

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Hopefully you snow lovers have been out there preparing for winter. I’ve been doing some skating, working out and enjoying all the great snow porn out there.

If you didn’t make it to Jake Blauvelt’s new film premiere, Naturally here in Burlington on September 27th, you missed a showing of some amazing powder turns 2 years in the making (in part due to a shoulder injury). The film focused on Blauvelt’s back country riding mainly taking part in untracked British Columbia, while intertwining a story line on his road to recovery. A great documentary, it also introduces the snowboarder’s newly formed non-profit cause, Mountain Light Project which focuses on getting kids snowboarding who would not normally have the opportunity to do so.  Definitely worth a watch, check it out!

Another premiere is happening this Friday at UVM. Celebrating 10 years of shred, Think Thank Productions; Think Thank is Brain Dead and Having a Heart Attack is being shown at 7:30 (doors at 7). It is sure to be one of the best freestyle videos this year, so if you are interested, get on this opportunity. Below is a Facebook link to the event.

https://www.facebook.com/events/512660032160500/

Stay tuned later this week for some good exercises and smoothie recipies to get your body as ready for winter as you are. In the meantime, keep tuning in to the shred scene, and keep the stoke!

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One thought on “Keeping the Stoke: More Shred flicks

    Shred @123Mountain.com | Official blog of 123Mountain said:
    October 9, 2013 at 12:43 pm

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