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How to Ski

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November 8, 2011
This exercise complex develops strength and balance in the posterior chain (glutes, low-back, hamstrings). Development and strengthening of the posterior chain, particularly the hamstrings, is very important for preventing ACL injuries, a common injury among freeskiers.
October 17, 2011
Now that winter is upon us there’s an important question to be answered: How do you actually make the ski bum lifestyle happen? Here’s how to work as little as possible, ski every powder day, and still pay your bills. Most of the time.
How to Ski | Skiing Culture
August 30, 2011
Killing time 'till the snow flies? Break out your hammer.
How to Ski | Skiing Culture
April 22, 2011
The man with the mohawk gave us some tips on how to make kick turns. Ski ballet background helpful but not required.
March 30, 2011
If you want to ski powder and still hold down some semblance of a real job you're going to have to get up early. Backcountry guide/dawn patroller/employed dude Zahan Billimoria told us how to do dawn patrol right.
How to Ski | Skiing Culture
March 18, 2011
For each of the past six years, Evans Parent has hit the road for a three-month powder mission, blogging along the way. He slowed down for a minute to share tips on how to follow in his tracks around the world. By Olivia Dwyer.
How to Ski | Skiing Culture
March 8, 2011
How to be a ski bum and keep your corporate job, including the five best cities for skiers and ten tips for power chasing.
How to Ski | Skiing Culture
February 8, 2011
Changing the world, one ski bum at a time.
February 8, 2011
So you want to be a film star and ski big lines in AK? Lots of the most recognized names in big-mountain skiing got their start in the Subaru Freeskiing World Tour. Here's how you can break into the game.
January 7, 2011
The city of Denver is taking it back to the concrete streets. Over the past few years, the Ruby Hill Rail Yard has shattered the mold for urban skiing and set the bar for other cities around the country. Did we mention it’s free, and it opens this weekend?