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How to Ski: Use Different Turn Shapes to Find Overlooked Snow

How to Ski: Use Different Turn Shapes to Find Overlooked Snow

SKI’s Director of Instruction, Mike Rogan, shows you how to make big turns in tight spaces and tight turns in big spaces.
posted: 12/12/2012

No matter the snow conditions–crud, powder, bumps, ice–it's important to think about turn shapes to better pick the pockets of the hidden nooks and stashes of the mountain. Here's how.

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A suggestion, I don't think most people don't know what PSIA is so it may be better to say, "I would encourage you to take a lesson from a professional instructor at your local ski school, wherever you may be!"
While the articles is Ski magazine are valuable and informative, these videos provide so much information by being able to see exactly what the skier is doing at all times. It also helps to see that Michael encounters the same situations I do, and to see how he either avoids or conquers the obstacles.
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