Anyone Can Be an Expert Skier
All it takes to be an expert skier are the correct movements and the right equipment. Join Harald Harb as he helps you learn these movements and offers advice on how to pick the equipment that's right for you. Anyone Can Be an Expert Skier 1 features Harald Harb's innovative Primary Movements Teaching System (PMTS), a complete teaching system suitable for beginners and experts. Whatever your ability, you'll learn expert technique and how to recognize the deadend movements that keep you stalled at the intermediate level.
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Anyone Can be an Expert Skier 2: Powder, Bumps, and Carving
Harald R. Harb
No preview available - 2001
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