Alpine Skiing: Steps to Success

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Leisure Press, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 168 pages
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This book is excellent as a course text or as a self-instruction guide. Its unique progression of 12 skills presents each skill to be mastered, explains why the skill is important, identifies keys to correct technique, helps readers correct common errors, explains how to practise each skill in realistic ways, lists specific performance goals for each drill, and gives summary checklists for evaluating proper technique.

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This is a very good learn-to-ski book for beginners and intermediates. Yacenda is not just an experienced ski instructor (at Northstar-at-Tahoe) who can write, he holds a Ph.D. in health education as ... Read full review

Contents

Preparing Your Body for Success
13
Hit the Flats
29
Downs and Ups of Falling
42
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