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Perfect Turns: Steeps

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When skiing on steep, icy slopes, a good, balanced stance is the key to maintaining control-and looking good, even if you're feeling hesitant.

Preseason Strength Training: One-Legged Calf Raises

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Want to ski better than ever? Try our preseason strength training fitness plan, and we guarantee you will.

Preseason Strength Training: Walking Lunges

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Want to ski better than ever? Try our preseason strength training fitness plan, and we guarantee you will.

Balancing Act: Side-to-Side Balance

Instruction

Your stance says a lot about your side-to-side balance. Keeping your feet together looks pretty, but it's inefficient.

Are You In Control?

Turning Points

Do like former Olympian Dave Currier and use your whole body to take control of your skis. When you do, you'll instantly notice a power shift in your favor.

Step 2: Strength

Fitness

Can you handle the force of a ski turn? You don't need tree-trunk thighs to enjoy skiing, but pencil-thin legs won't cut it either.

The Ski Step

Fitness

Skiing involves constant lateral leg motion-which is exhausting if your legs aren't in shape. Work your thighs with The Ski Step to avoid that grueling burn on the hill.

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