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Dylan Henderson checks in with ski tips from Whitewater.
Three important body position factors for efficient skiing are level shoulders, parallel legs, and leg angulation.
This is what it is all about, whether you are a freeskier, an alpine racer, or an intermediate skier, powder skiing is pure pleasure.
. I will describe three important skills and give you a drill to put them to use.
What motivates you to get up early on the weekend and brave the elements? Is it the fresh snow, or the depth of the base at Whitewater?
I work with the ski team athletes that are preparing for the season, but that doesn’t mean that the rest of us should not be training.
Spring skiing is the peak of our ski season. Many ski areas have some midseason dumps followed by a warm and wet finish as the base melts.
We need to make sure that it is safe so that we don’t frighten the kids on the chair by wrapping ourselves around a tree.
This is not about razor sharp edges on race skis digging into Lake Louise’s water injected World Cup race run.
I find that many good skiers are very good at getting forward but don’t use the tails of their skis enough.
Many skiers at Whitewater use lots of hip and not a lot of knee angulation.
Do you find that you get where you are in life by pure chance or are you an active participant in creating your destiny?
This is your chance to learn how to be at your most aerodynamic while ripping past your buddies to get back to the lift.
Now that the hill is open we find ourselves running from car to lift in a mad rush to feel that mid-season stoke.
This is ski movie month. We are tantalized by the well-edited exploits of free-ski rock stars from around the world.
This week’s column is for those of us that are searching for the perfect turn.
Do you warm up before you hit the slopes? The warm-up is a super important part of any dynamic workout
Back to the basics. Pole plant, people. Why, where, when and how.
Edging, movement... so now that we have covered the boring basics, let’s work on the fun stuff.
These are tips for all skiers, do not let the “ski racing” scare you away.