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Get Fit with the U.S. Ski Team: Drop Jumps

In part two of our six-week training series, Hailey Duke, member of the U.S. Ski Team, demonstrates drop jumps.

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Get Fit with the U.S. Ski Team: Box Clean Pulls

We went to the U.S. Ski Team's Center of Excellence in Park City, Utah, to see how the ladies of the Alpine Team get fit to ski. Here's the first tip of six—stay tuned each week for more!

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How to Shoot Perfect Powder Shots

How to Shoot Perfect Powder Shots
Shoot a ski photo
Get equipped to capture a frameworthy picture every time.

Here are pro photog Adam Clark's tips on how to take perfect pow shots.

THROW DOWN
If you're committed, shell out for a digital camera with a single lens reflex (SLR). The SLR Canon Rebel with a 70-200mm lens is a perfect place to start.

DO YOUR RECON
Before a storm hits, find steeps that skiers can hit with speed. Look for shots with an uncluttered background, like the sky or dark cliff bands. Don't shoot against snow: You'll lose all definition.

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