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This Wednesday Workout came to us just over a week ago from Gus Johnson, nordic program director and head coach at the Auburn Ski Club Training Center (ASC-TC) on Donner Summit in California. Have a workout of your own (or one of your club’s) that you’d like to share? Send submissions to info@fasterskier.com with the subject line “Wednesday Workout”. *** August proved to be smoke season in California for the Auburn Ski Club Training Center athletes, but...

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It’s May 2 and the overall NorAm leader heading into the 2018/2019 race season, Olivia Bouffard-Nesbitt, is champing at the bit to get back at it. Like most other pro nordic skiers, the 25-year-old Morin Heights, Quebec, native spent the last month getting some off-ski R & R, which wasn’t completely devoid of snow. In April, Bouffard-Nesbitt and her boyfriend went surfing at Lawrencetown Beach near Halifax, Nova Scotia (brrr!). “I was planning to travel...

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Fresh off an interview with Nordic Nation, Sweden’s 29-year-old Charlotte Kalla offered up a Wednesday Workout for those looking for technical sharpness and speed on flatter terrain. Here’s the workout straight from the combined 17-time world champ and Olympic medalist. “This time of year I take the opportunity to work on keeping my speed up also on flatter terrain,” Kalla wrote in an email. “I usually go interval training uphill during summer and fall. It...

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Good workouts never get old. This week, we bring back a Pro Workout of the past, which Devon Kershaw wrote almost exactly four years ago, just before leaving for Europe in early November. "A great workout this time of year – especially if you are coming off some volume (at altitude or not) and feel your body needs that lactate tolerance work to 'shock' the system," Kershaw writes.