Monthly Archives: October 2014

Moguls . . . Errr

October 27, 2014 They’re Bouncy, Bouncy. Bouncy, Bouncy. Fun! Fun! Fun! Fun! Fun! The most wonderful thing about moguls is. . . I can’t think of one. Last week we looked at the “Green Line” for attacking a mogul field, … Continue reading

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It’s a Bumpy Road

October 20, 2014 We’ve all seen them, those skiers that can fly through the bumps as though they weren’t there. Personally, I watch someone good with the bumps and try to calculate the time before their next knee repair. But … Continue reading

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A Firm Foundation

October 13, 2014 Carving is only one aspect of improving our skiing abilities. To become a beautify and proficient skier, we must add a number of elements. We’ve all seen skiers on the hill that draw our attention as “pretty” … Continue reading

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Time for Carving

October 6, 2014 As we approach Thanksgiving and the ski season, I thought that it would be an appropriate time to discuss carving. As we gather with our family and friends for the holiday, we must ensure that we properly … Continue reading

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