Breakthrough on Skis: How to Get Out of the Intermediate Rut

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Vintage Books, 1986 - Skis and skiing - 291 pages
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A revolutionary new skiing instruction book which is designed for easy reference and can be taken out on the slopes for skiiers to refer to. Illustrated.

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Absolutely the best book I have read on skiing. The likliest skill level to obtain, particularly those who ski 3-8 times a year, is in this intermediate rut. That is because the things you learned ... Read full review

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Contents

BASICS
19
THE ARC OF THE TURN
57
3
71
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About the author (1986)

Lito Tejada-Flores, Seth Masia, Claire Walter, and Kurt Repanshek are four of the most experienced ski writers in America. All have been contributing editors to Ski or Skiing magazines. Lito and Seth are also gifted ski instructors with years of experience matching skiers and snowboarders with the right runs, advising on when and how to ski or snowboard the slopes, and planning the perfect trips.
Bob Sehlinger is the creator of the Unofficial Guides.

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