From PSIA: Examining Transitions

Elite Skiing Tips

From PSIA: Examining Transitions

This article originally appeared in the Winter 2017 issue of 32 Degrees: The Journal of Professional Snowsports Instruction and is reprinted here with permission of the Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI). For more information on PSIA-AASI – including opportunities to join – please go to www.TheSnowPros.org.

 

Elite Skiing Tips

Elite Skiing Tips

Skiing Tips

Elite Skiing Training

Elite Skiing

 

Here is a link to the video referenced by the QR code above: http://tiny.cc/8aczgy

For more visit http://www.TheSnowPros.org.

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Share this Elite Skiing article on social media:
1Comment
  • Alistair Lochhead
    Posted at 14:12h, 21 November Reply

    See all of the above in “How to ski the new French way” by Georges Joubert and Jean Vuarnet 1967 ‘a revolutionary guide to skiing based on championship techniques’. The American Tom Corcoranll in his forward describes the book’s analysis of photomontage of World Cup skiers such as Jean Claude Killy and the Goitschel sisters. Avalement, “the serpent technique’ and glissement amongst other terms explain your extension, retraction and rebound turns for use in racing and everyday skiing.

Post A Comment