Setting Skiing Objectives

Different moves in different situations... create different outcomes!

So before you can assess whether your ski technique is effective, you need to take into account the terrain and conditions in front of you... then choose your target. You'll need to determine a specific skiing objective or goal for that pitch based on your desired speed, turn shape, level of ski performance etc.

Try to make this objective measurable so you can verify whether you achieved it or not. If it was easy, great, narrow your target by adding some complexity. You can add more specific parameters, increase the speed, terrain or try it in more challenging conditions... or choose an entirely new objective.

Conversely, if you failed to meet the objective, start diagnosing your symptoms

Setting Skiing Objectives

Speed & Direction

Managed Through Steering Versatility

Drifted vs Steered vs Carved

Vertical Length of Turn

Width of Corridor

Shaping by power steering in specific parts of the turn.

Common Skiing Objectives

  • Beginner / Novice
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced / Expert

Advanced / Expert Competencies

Steering Versatility

Arc to Arc

Loading, Deflection & Angular Acceleration

Advanced Speed Management


  • Advanced Terrain Adaptation
  • Advanced Conditions Adaptation

Composing & Creative Variation

Advanced / Expert Maneuvers

More Video Demonstrations Coming Soon!

Every time you attempt a specific objective, reflect back on your run to see if you can identify any symptoms. You can then use the diagnostics tool to help determine possible causes. 

Of course, if you hit the target with ease, then step up the challenge level.

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