Intermediate Downhill Skiing

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Masters Press, 1996 - Sports & Recreation - 119 pages
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Like any sport, skiing is a competition. But in skiing the mountain is the opponent and it makes no apologies for one's weaknesses. Featuring advice on everything from equipment to conditioning, Intermediate Downhill Skiing can help build a foundation of skills and lead to higher levels of ability. Photos.

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Contents

PREFACE
1
BUYING AND TRYING EQUIPMENT
11
BALANCE IN MOTION STARTING WITH
27
Copyright

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O'Connor is a retired professor of health and physical education and a licensed psychologist. He was a long-time strength training teacher and coach, starting at U.C.L.A. in 1956. He has also worked with Olympic champions from the U.S.A. and has helped to develop strength and conditioning programs for Olympic coaches in several countries. During his 45 year coaching career he has coached girls, boys, women and men in a number of sports.

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