Performance Skiing: Training and Techniques to Make You a Better Alpine Skier

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Stackpole Books, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 198 pages
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Skiing requires great control, whether the skier is competitive or recreational. This book teaches total control of the body to achieve and maintain balance in motion. It shows that for performance skiing command of the body is more important than a flashy powder suit or stretch neon.

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Thomas, an experienced ski coach, writes for the advanced competitive skier who wants to design a total conditioning program to improve performance. Topics covered include fitness testing, calisthenic ... Read full review


TWO Physical Fitness for Skiers
THREE Fitness Testing
FOUR Flexibility

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