Just in case you come back and look again at this post i offer the following:
Sounds like you could be from the midwest, so that makes you a flatlander. The possibility of altitude sickness must be considered. Take the appropriate preventitive precautions.It can hit anyone no matter how good their physical conditioning. Take it easy the first day ! Even if it is a powder day, I still would avoid Storm Peak,and choose to ski the easier areas off of Sunshine Peak.
Over doing it the first day and getting altitude sickness can reck the rest of your ski time. You need a good 48 hours to see if you are reasonable adjusted to the altitude. The top of Storm Peak I beleive is close to 12,000 feet. If you feel light headed getting of the lift, wait and relax until the dizziness goes away.
One final thing, be sure to start breathing deeply and delibertly before you push off and begin your run. At higher altitudes, you will need all the Oxygen, you can get so breath, and breath, and breath etc., etc., etc., I.E. with every turn, BREATH!