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Kate Howe
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Unlocking potential for living to the fullest! On your skis and in your heart.
Unlocking potential for living to the fullest! On your skis and in your heart.

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katehowe.com launches!
Hi there! Thanks for being a reader at skiingintheshower.com! Things are evolving, and I'm excited to continue sharing the journey from a new platform.  At katehowe.com you will find this blog, as well as links to NEW and exciting materials as they become a...

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Skiing in the Shower goes on Hiatus while I write a book!
Hello amazing readers! As you may have noticed, I have not been posting much lately. But I have been writing a lot! That's because I am working on several large projects, one of which is a book about my journey through the last ten years of training to tryo...

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It's almost time to leave for South America!
The 2015/16 season is officially upon me, and I couldn't be more stoked. The 2016 PSIA National Alpine Teams Selections are in April of THIS
year, they only happen once every four years, so here we go again! There are several processes, applications and in...

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Midlife Crisis, No Convertable
I remember being five years old and walking into my Auntie’s living room, the grown-ups in stylish flowered casuals, the oversized graduated tint on the sunglasses hiding my mother’s entire face, her hair cascading around her slender shoulders like Bridget ...

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Rollerblade sponsors Kate!
Man, when I was in my twenties and had just retired from figure skating, there was nothing I liked more than rollerblading around the strand in Venice Beach where I lived. I taught skating out of a little rental shop there and I spent the sunny afternoons j...

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Finding a Round Line in the Bumps with Josh Fogg
This season I was struggling with bumps. In the past, bumps and steeps have been my favorite thing to ski, and for some reason as I worked on a more aggressive zipper line in the bumps, I lost my reaching round turn. Suddenly I had no speed control, I was a...

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Girl at the Grinder: Meet Jackie the Boot-fitter. Part one of a series on Women in Skiing.
Last month, I drove to Park City to ski with a client for a few days. While I was there, I had new boots fit by Master Bootfitter Brent Amsbury, a true magician at his craft. He has been in business for over a decade and his little shop has grown from his g...
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