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Soften the outside leg and topple, in transition

https://youtu.be/QPycnnJqavg I want to share some personal queues and internal feelings during different parts of the turn to achieve high performance carving. There are many different ways to do it but these are some of my objectives and thoughts on the topic.paul...

Carving and the all-important transition

https://youtu.be/JdSWJ9yAWSI What the heck is this carving all about? Someone once asked in a ski lesson. Simple answer is allowing the skis to edge through a turn. The telltale signs of a carved turn are two parallel knife marks in the snow. The best way to look at...

Time to Ski

We are one and we will persevere. There are no trials that will cannot overcome together. Terry gavan, ski instructor,canada The season began with some promise here in Ontario. Changes, as ever, came to our ski school and we, as ever, adapted. Doug Ford implemented a...

Ski Tips with Josh Foster … centered stance

https://youtu.be/4SuH4dcJcBQ   Big shoes can lead to bad habits especially in the fore and aft alignment. If you don't walk on your heels and you don't run on your tippy toes? Do not ski that way.

Bumps with a guy named Guy … intro to moguls, landing spot

TERRANCE GAVAN - SKI BUM Guy Heatherington at Whistler - Blackcomb gives us a beginners look at first bumps in the following short video. Guy's line of choice is the front of the bump or top of the bump technique, which is a great way to learn if you're a beginner in...

Skiing The Bumps! Woof Woof Woof! I Love Me Some Bumps!

TERRANCE GAVAN - SKI BUM I can 'haz cheezeburgers and bumps! If you love the groomies and you have no interest ever of skiing bumps or moguls then this one is not for you. I would suggest watching Darren's wonderful breakdown of what's involved with the whole bump...

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