back issues ski instruction

The titles below are all links to individual stories, arranged in the order in which they appeared on this web site
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The Mystique of Turn Shape
Why Ski Lessons Don't Work
Skiing in Control?
Timing is Everything
My Dinner With Harald , a converstion

Feet First
Weight Shift
Beyond Weight Shift
The Widetrack Myth
Secrets of a Narrow Stance
Carving vs Slipping in Bumps
A New Paradigm
Preseason: Getting in Shape
Understanding The Skis' Role
Coping 1, Narrow Trails
Coping 2, Disasters of the Deep
Coping 3, Low Visibility
Coping 4, Transition Snow
All Techniques are Possible…
Kinesthetic Awareness
Powder Basics
Legs Together? Feet Apart?
The Hidden Bonus of Foot-to-foot Skiing
Ski Equipment vs. Ski Technique
Soft Skiing down Hard Slopes, part 1
Soft Skiing down Hard Slopes, part 2
Skating, Ultimate Exercise, part 1
Skating, Ultimate Exercise, part 2
Soft Boots, the Next Revolution
The Myth of Edging
Rememberring a Breakthrough
An Early Season Cheat Sheet
The Mystique of Big Turns
Rethinking Short Turns
Always Turning, Why Experts Ski Like Experts
Hiking with Ski Poles in Summer
A Balanced Stance, the Expert's Secret
A Powder Skier's Apprenticeship, part 1
A Powder Skier's Apprenticeship, part 2
A Powder Skier's Apprenticeship, part 3
You're Ready; Is Your Gear Ready?
Trendy vs. Timeless Skiing
Skiing with the Mountain, or Against It
Dancing with the Mountain, Revisited
The Educated Foot
Ski Tuning, How Much? How Often?
Ski Instruction Systems, Pluses & Minuses
Ski Instruction Back Then, How it Used to Look
Let Me Count the Get in Shape for Skiing

photo above: clearing storm on Mt. Cook, New Zealand.
photo © Linde Waidhofer



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