Se cerchi ispirazione per qualche altro episodio da ascoltare, tratto da altri podcast, questa è la pagina giusta da tenere sott’occhio!
Ogni volta che mi capiterà di trovare qualche argomento interessante, qualche storia ispiratrice, qualche intervista affascinante, non mancherò di segnalarla sulle pagine social di La Dinamica Podcast e di aggiungerla a questa pagina.
Capiterà che spesso saranno in inglese (in americano, per la precisione): vedilo anche come uno stimolo per migliorare la tua padronanza della lingua! 😉
The Avalanche Hour Podcast – Mike Douglas
Known as the ‘Godfather Of Freeskiing’, Mike Douglas is consistently listed by media outlets as one of the most influential skiers of all time. He began his career as a mogul skier on the Canadian Freestyle Ski Team in the early 1990s.
In 1997, he developed the first high-performance twin-tip ski, the Salomon Teneighty, and his freeskiing career was launched. Dubbed the New Canadian Air Force, Mike and his crew of Canadians revolutionized the sport with their tricks at ski resorts across the globe. He even has a signature tick – the D Spin. Mike has appeared in more than 50 ski films, was named Powder Magazine’s ‘Male Skier Of The Year’ in 2003, and was the voice of skiing at the X Games for 14 years.
In 2004, Mike founded Switchback Entertainment – a video production company specializing in outdoor adventure films and commercials. He launched the groundbreaking web series, Salomon TV, in 2007 and has produced/directed more than a dozen award-winning films including The Freedom Chair, Tempting Fear, Eclipse, Snowman, Guilt Trip and Fountain Of Youth.
From 1997-2017 his role as a marketing consultant and ambassador for Whistler Blackcomb helped propel the organization to the top of the ski resort rankings. He has been named ‘Favourite Whistlerite’ 7 times by the readers of Whistler’s local newspaper, Pique Newsmagazine.
Today, Mike is a married father of two, and splits his time between raising his family, skiing professionally, producing/directing films and commercials at Switchback Entertainment, and environmental advocacy work. He is the former Board Chair for Protect Our Winters Canada – an environmental group focused on fighting climate change. He is also on the Board of Directors for the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation.
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The Avalanche Hour Podcast
In this episode, Dr. Sara Boilen sits down with Caleb to discuss the broad topic of human factors.
We explore the concept that acknowledgment and awareness of our human factors (the perception of our situation and environment, cognitive biases, and heuristic traps) may not be enough. While the concept is embraced within our community, perhaps we lack the tools and framework to deal with them as they will ultimately arise in all backcountry adventures.
Sara provides some tools to start this work for yourself and amongst your touring partners.
Questo episodio non appartiene un podcast che parla di montagna ma, prendendo spunto da un episodio di cronaca dell’estate 2023, affronta l’argomento sempre molto sensibile delle calzature con cui alcuni affrontano l’ambiente montano.
Jonathan Zenti non si “accoda” alla nutrita schiera di leoni da tastiera ed accenna ad alcune tematiche che sono ben note a chi ascolta La Dinamica.
Ovviamente è marginale che, nell’episodio, definisca La Dinamica come “uno dei suoi podcast preferiti” 😉
Se non sai chi è Jonathan Zenti, qui trovi tutte le informazioni per capire perchè essere citati da lui è l’equivalente di una medaglia.
Slide: The Avalanche Podcast
Sebbene questo podcast sia “fuori produzione” da ormai 5 anni, il suo contenuto è sempre interessante e rilevante, per chi frequenta la montagna invernale con gli sci.
L’autore affronta sia gli aspetti fisici e meccanici delle valanghe che quelli legati al fattore umano e alle dinamiche di gruppo.
L’importanza della comunicazione all’interno di un gruppo di scialpinisti che si muove su terreno di valanga è spesso sottovalutato, e in questo podcast diversi episodi sono dedicati appunto a questo aspetto critico.
In this episode of Out Alive, we share a harrowing tale of survival, resilience, and tragedy on Mount Rainier. Four climbers set out to conquer the mountain, only to face disaster on their descent when a dramatic fall results in catastrophic injuries, leaving them stranded on its icy slopes.
American Alpine Club Podcast
As the editor of Accidents in North American Climbing, Pete Takeda is ready to talk about new trends in climbing accidents that he’s seen over the course of editing the 2023 edition of the book. With the most recent edition of ANAC freshly sent off to the printer, Pete has some insightful takeaways on the kinds of accidents we should all be paying attention to in our current climbing landscape. Things get a little emotional, existential, and even a little dark, but ultimately we talk about how crowding at our crags, Youtube climbing education, and even grades are contributing to new types of climbing accidents. After all, as Pete says: “gravity speaks with an eloquence rarely found on Youtube.”
But Pete’s also seen trends in the way that the climbing community comes together in the face of horrible tragedy. It’s the combination of both these high consequence accidents, and the community, that makes climbing so real. Get a sneak peek of the newest edition of Accidents in North American Climbing by listening in!
American Alpine Club Podcast
In April of 2020, Anna lost her friend in an avalanche while the two were splitboarding Mt. Taylor.
In this episode, we sat down with Anna to have a profoundly raw and elegant conversation about her experience of the accident, how the trauma of the avalanche changed her relationship to backcountry snowboarding and skiing culture, reflections on the toxic narratives of shame and blame that often still persist around outdoor tragedies, and her personal journey as she learns (and continues learning) to navigate her post-avalanche world.
Totally Deep Podcast
Episode 106 features Jeremy Jones, a longtime boundary pusher in the snowboard scene. Jones’ involvement in the sport takes many paths; business owner, steep riding pioneer, and political activist as the founder of POW (Protect Our Winters). After decades of experience, Jones finally put his thoughts to paper — he recently published his first book, The Art of Shralpinism — Lessons From The Mountains.
Think of the book as part memoir, part manual for best practices in the mountains, part art book, and an ode to finding joy by making turns.