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Tips Up – Make The Skis Work For You

Edith hits the slopes at Lake Louise and shows us the importance of understanding the shapes of your skis to maximise their potential.

Tips Up – Visibility

Get a great pair of goggles for flat light, choose a treeline for better definition and visibility and lastly drag your pole and tap the tail of your ski for reference points.

Tips Up – Move to the Middle

Are you trying to get more forward on your skis? Why? Josh talks about trying to get to the middle of your skis.

Tips Up – Angle Your Way to Smoother Turns

Sometimes when the pressure comes on we start to think about edging our skis and that’s when the “inner weirdness” comes out. Josh talks about the where, when and how of smoother turns on your skis.

Tips Up – Turn Shape

Josh speaks about how common it is for skiers to control their speed by a quick turn at the top of the arc which ends in a traverse across the slope. Josh shares an easy technique to manage speed through a different turn shape to maintain better rhythm in your skiing.

Tips Up – Natural Lead Change

 

What is Lead Change? You may have taken a few lessons and your instructor may have even said “You’ve got a bit too much lead change”. When your downhill […]

Tips Up – Riders of the Storm

Ski Pro Josh Foster skis through flurries and fog at Big White, BC, offering simple tips on how to stay smooth on your skis in deep snow on a stormy day.

Tykes Tips – Heel to Toe

From the beginner slopes of Blue Mountain, Ontario, snow pro Erik Wickham demonstrates how to maintain proper balance and speed while learning to snowboard.

Tykes Tips – Balance on a Snowboard

From the slopes of Blue Mountain, snowboard pro Eric Wickham offers tips on some fundamentals of snowboarding, including how to maintain a balanced body position.

Tykes Tips – Learning the Ski Turn

This week on Tykes Tips, Blue Mountain children's ski specialist Renee Amaral show us how to turn, and tells us why it's oh-so-important to shift our weight to the downhill ski.