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Ski

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Ski

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Skiing

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Ski

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Peter Miller s Ski Almanac

Author : Charles E. Brooks
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California Ski Guide

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Science and Skiing

Author : E. Kornexl
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The first International Congress on Science and Skiing was held in Austria in January 1996. The main aim of the conference was to bring together original key research in this area and provid an essential update for those in the field. The lnk between theory and practice was also addressed, making the research more applicable for both researchers and coaches. This book is divided into five parts, each containing a group of papers that are related by theme or disciplineary approach. They are as follows: Biomechanics of Skiing; Fitness testing and Training in Skiing; Movement Control and Psychology in Skiing; Physiology of Skiing and Sociology of Skiing. The conclusions drawn from the conference represent an invaluable practical reference for sports scientists, coached, skiers and all those involved in this area.

Rehabilitation R D progress reports 1994

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The Essential Cross country Skier

Author : Paul Petersen
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This comprehensive introduction to cross-country skiing is designed to get the reader out of the chair and onto the slopes in the first three chapters. Once out on the trail, the authors take up the finer points of technique and training, showing how it should be done with numerous photo sequences of techniques nd top-notch, detailed illustrations. The book covers: Training for weekend warriors; Waxing basics, and waxed vs. no-wax skis; Cross-country ski vacations; Advanced skills - telemark, ski touring, ski mountaineering. This highly readable guide also covers emergency preparedness, gear, and dealing with those aches and pains-in short, everything you need to enjoy cross-country skiing for the first or the thirty-first time.

All Mountain Skier

Author : R. Mark Elling
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A step-by-step guide to becoming an expert all-mountain skier. It takes you to the difficult places on the mountain - bumps, steeps, and trees - and helps you conquer them. It contains the information you need on equipment - including shaped skis, boots, bindings, and footbeds.

American Ski Annual and Skiing Journal

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Dph Sports Series Skiing

Author : H.C. Dubey
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Contents: Fundamentals of Skiing, Principles of Skiing, Teaching Technique, The Drills and Exercises, The Tools, Skiing the Steeps, The Counter Turn, Powder Skiing, Recreational Skiing, Ski Touring.

Ski Games

Author : Laurie Gullion
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With the programme in Ski Games, children can learn basic skills faster, develop more confidence, and enjoy skiing more in a carefree, non-competitive environment. The book will enable teachers or parents to teach skiing playfully and positively, develop solid skiers at young ages, teach specific skills through activities that focus on those skills, teach different age groups, and much more.

Work in progress

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Chemical Engineering Progress

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Barefoot Water Skiing

Author : Ron Scarpa
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Skiing

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Alpine Skiing

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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.

Guardians of the Peaks

Author : Kathy Calvert
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Mountain rescue in western Canada developed through the Canadian Pacific Railway's use of Swiss guides to enhance the climbing experience in the early 1900s. These guides brought their knowledge of mountain rescue to the Canadian Rockies. As climbing gained in popularity with the emerging middle classes after the Second World War, tragic accidents became more common. Two accidents in 195455 (the deaths of a group of female climbers from Mexico on Mt. Victoria and a group of Philadelphia schoolboys on Mt. Temple) forced the government to develop a professional mountain rescue team through the Park Warden Service under the tutelage of Walter Perren (a Swiss guide and the father of mountain rescue in Canada). Perren essentially turned cowboys into competent rescue personnel, and the story takes off from there.Following five principal men through the first 50 years of mountain rescue in Canada, Guardians of the Peaks also looks at all aspects of the rescue experience. It is the story of personal tragedy and the ability of individuals to cope with this stress-laced, demanding occupation.