The 2020 MasterCraft Night Jam has been cancelled for this year due to the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic. With plans to hold the event at Bennett’s Ski School in Zachary, Louisiana, on June 6th, we are unfortunately unable to move forward with the event at the level athletes, spectators, judges and fans expect from MasterCraft — and we expect from ourselves.
We believe in the power of the motivated and self-driven athlete. We believe, with the right information and support, those athletes can and will find a way. We believe all the best resources should exist in one place, for anyone who chooses to take the leap toward success.
We believed in it, so we built it: A program that gives you the best chance for success on the water....and we call it the FlowPoint Method.
The FlowPoint Method will give you the tools to train, perform and stay healthy so that you can keep learning, improving and skiing for years to come.
As a pro skier and fitness/nutrition expert, we have put our years of experiences, mistakes and successes together to develop an all-encompassing ski program. We believe this program will not only help you enhance your skiing, but also your health and hopefully, as a result, your life. As we have traveled the world coaching, we have seen a lot of great things that skiers are doing… and well… some not-so-great things. We have used this knowledge to create a holistic program that gives you, the dedicated skier, a plug and play roadmap for success.
The FlowPoint Method isn’t a one and done program. It isn’t a quick fix. It is a cutting edge and evolving approach to skiing that offers all the very best information currently available today, in one location. No more scouring the internet, navigating half-assed YouTube videos or visiting endless forums. This is your one-stop shop for all the very best tools you need, to be the best skier you can be.
In this milestone 10th episode the guys discuss their strengths and weaknesses on the water. They jump into what they do to combat their flaws and how they can use strengths to overcome any pass.
2020 Spring Season USA Water Ski & Wake Sports pulled all event sanctions up to May 17, 2020. This effectively canceled all Spring NCWSA tournaments. The FSC Collegiate Spring tournament (20U038C) was the only NCWSA Spring tournament to occur prior to the USA-WSWS sanction pull.
Additional Spring Eligibility NCWSA skiers do not use a season of eligibility if they do not ski A-Team. This means the vast majority of our skiers retain the Spring season of eligibility that would have been consumed by Spring 2020 skiing. However, the NCWSA Board of Directors has voted to grant an additional season of Spring eligibility to all skiers that participated in the tournament that featured Florida Southern College and Rollins College skiers in February 2020. The six-year eligibility clock still applies to the consumption of eligibility.
2020 NCWSA All-Stars The Illinois stay at home order was extended to May 30th making NCWSA All-Stars impossible at its current date. Due to the extension as well as the high potential for group size restrictions after the order, the 2020 NCWSA All-Stars tournament is postponed until after June 30th, 2020.
The Rest of 2020 At this time we cannot make any decisions about future NCWSA tournaments from All-Stars' new date through the entire 2020 Fall season. Universities potentially staying online for the Fall term and statewide gathering restrictions are two of the many unknowns in our future. As the season approaches, we will openly communicate any cancellations or alterations as soon as we can.
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This week the talk is all about what it takes to move from pass to pass and challenges everyone faces as the rope gets shorter.
Rossi and Trent are talking about core fundamentals and discussing the foundation you need to build before true progression can occur.