How To Choose The Right Ski Boots Written on September 28, 2008, by .

Experts agree; your most important investment in ski equipment is your ski boots. Choosing the right ski boots makes the difference between an enjoyable ski holiday and one that’s filled with discomfort or even cut short by injury.

Recommended Ski Season Exercises Written on September 21, 2008, by .

Following our successful article on exercises you should be during the off-season, we are pleased to bring you part #2 which covers some useful stretches to do during your days skiing.

Guide To Good Ski Clothing Written on September 2, 2008, by .

When selecting snow skiing clothing it’s important to know how insulation works. A good example is your cat or dog’s winter coat. Fur closest to its body is short, thick, soft, and dense to retain body heat. Outer fur is coarser and longer. It traps air to keep cold out, and sheds water easily.

Essential Off-Season Skiing Exercises Written on June 10, 2008, by .

You see Olympic skiers catch the air and you wonder how they make it look so easy. Although a lot of the ease comes with years of practice, expert skiers devote much of their practice to developing body awareness through regular skiing exercises.

Skiing Tips For Learners & Beginners Written on March 3, 2008, by .

So, your friends invited you to their next ski holiday. Should you go? YES! Even if you have never skied before, a ski holiday is a good way to build friendships and create lasting and enjoyable memories. Just take a few steps in preparation using these beginning ski tips and you’ll glide through your first […]

How To Pick A Good Ski Resort Written on February 23, 2008, by .

Vail and Chamonix are just a couple of ski resort areas that bring visions of pristine white powder under bright winter sunshine. Yet, for many, a trip to a ski resort in Switzerland or Colorado isn’t in the budget. Even so, you may find the right ski resort close to your back yard! Choose the […]

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