One Snowboarder's Road to Recovery after Art of Flight

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Often untold are the anxieties, the worries and the calls that were too close. From the avies you slide out of to the tomahawks you somehow survive, filming comes with inherent risk, and in turn, a necessary decompression and reflection. Mark Landvik gave Snowboard Magazine a rare peak behind filming's final cut curtain, and he speaks to something that I think most of us can relate to.

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After a tough filming season with BrainFarm, Mark headed back to his hometown with a head full of heavy memories and heart full of unwanted doubts. Without everyday vices to cushion his falls, Mark does what all of us wish we could do, he prioritizes himself and his well being.

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