Skier ProfileAlias: Lucas KSkier Type: Advanced IntermediateExperience: Learned to ski a few years ago by taking CSIA level 1Skiing Goals: To develop advanced skiing ability Video Run #1 – February 14th, 2023Objectives: Rhythmic short radius turns with consistent speed Terrain and Conditions: Terrain: Blue, groomed terrain. Hard pack. Symptom Assessment:These short turns are nice and rhythmical and the skis
Skill Development:Edge ControlTiming and coordinationHow to Perform: Find a quiet, wide open slope with a tree or (other marker) in the middle. Establish a starting point to straight line from. As you glide pas the tree begin arcing a carved turn around the tree and see how far you can make it back up the slope.
Skier ProfileName: Hao Li Skier Type: IntermediateExperience: 20 days this seasonSkiing Goals: Achieve Level 4 someday.Physical Considerations: In ok shape.Psychological Considerations: confidentInterests: Short turns. Video Run #1 – March 2, 2023Run Objective: I’m planning to pass my Level 2 exam this month, focusing on my intermediate turns and demo turns. In this video, I’m trying to demonstrate medium turns in rounded
Skier ProfileSkier: Ashok Popat Skier Type: IntermediateSkiing Goals: Ski with ease and grace as I continue to age (I’m 62). Learn how to ski bumps and powder. (Currently I feel confident only on groomers.)Experience: Started in my 20s but only went once a year until my 50s when I began to ski at least 10 days a year;
Skier ProfileSkier: James CooneySkier Type: Advanced +Experience: CSIA level 3, CADS Course Conductor… skis a lot! Skiing Goals: Currently aiming for acceptance into the Level 4 academy with long term aspirations of achieving CSIA Level 4 certification. Physical Considerations: None listed Video Run #1 – Long Turns – Feb 16, 2023Objectives: Using the ski design to guide
Skier Profile Skier: Matthew Bowes Skier Type: Advanced Experience: 45 years. I am that old? Man. Ski 2-3X/week. Skiing Goals: Level 3 Certification Physical Considerations: Good Fitness level – managing some patallofemoral issues Psychological Considerations: Confident Interests: Invitation, Fantastic and trees Thunderdome, North Bowl – MTB, Kayaking, Wing Foil, SUP General Comments: Working on fore and
Skier Profile Alias: Retired Skier Type: Intermediate Experience: Sixth season, about 15 to 20 days/yr. Infrequently for 7 or 8 years prior. Skiing Goals: 1. Cleaner carving (better edge grip, rounder with less break away) 2. Managing steeper/more difficult condition Physical Considerations: Old knees. Arthritic right hip Psycological Considerations: Nervous, particularly on steep/icy terrain Interests: Mt.
Medial Rotation Rotation of the femur inwards is most often used to create a steering angle with the outside ski by twisting the tip towards the direction of travel. Open Chain Ski Pivot – Hip Joint Medial Rotation Edge Control: Rotation of the femurs results in ‘upper and lower body separation’ which allows for hip