Okay, but not really because Mike Stastook is not so great at sitting still. If you follow him on the gram you’ll note he has been busy #stayinghome doing some #backyardboarding with his kiddos – talk about rad dad status. But let’s be honest, he’s also clocking some screen time scrolling his favorite IG accounts. So who exactly inspires one of the greatest snowboard coaches in Canada? We asked and Stastook answered.
INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS YOU SHOULD FOLLOW ACCORDING TO MIKE STASTOOK
@sebtoots Seb Toots is crushing the isolation time. In fact, he is thriving in it. Look at his challenges/obstacle courses that he sets up for himself in his house. And you know he has lots of stacked footy, some that you have seen and some that you haven’t – stay tuned for some of the raddest content coming your way in the upcoming weeks.
@chadchomlack Photographers always have shots to stoke us out. Currently, Chad is raising funds for the Pemberton Food Bank by shooting portraits of families on their porches (from a safe social distance of course). He’s the nicest dude on the planet. And the best Dad. Follow him for the goods.
@daveschmidtrodriguez Dave is the king of finding snow and crushing awesome tricks. He has been putting out more clips since being in isolation than he was in-season. What a boss. Keep your eyes peeled for his clips
@jonpchew Banff content king. Jon rips at everything he does from skating, shredding, travelling, cooking bread etc. Nothing this guy can’t do including crushing quarantine time.
@robinvangyn Always hilarious and adventuring and nature-loving shredder. I’m sure she has lots of fun stuff upcoming on her gram
@truthdsmith For sure this kid. He’s been posting so many backyard clips on snow and he has a mini ramp (sick skater). He is a ripping boarder, and participates in all the challenges. No brainer here. He’s the new social media kid.
PS. Check out this interview with Truth and his full edit here.
MORE COACH’S INSIGHT
Wanna get inside a coach’s head? Yeah, we did do, so we had him write a pretty dang detailed thing about it in the latest print issue of Snowboard Canada. Order one up here and read something tangible for once.