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by Bill Jones, Ski Instructor
Certified Professional Ski Instructor (Registration #110478), Level III
private ski lessons at Keystone, Breckenridge, Vail, Beaver Creek, other areas

For information on skiing exercises, go to "Conditioning for Skiing" page on this website and especially the link there to the drills and tests formerly required of Vail Resorts instructors.

Additional information can be found in a Google Search on the top Skiing Exercises.

Also see That First Skiing Lesson  in this skiing web manual, especially the paragraph "Consider the legs" which explores the phenomenon of right-leggedness and left-leggedness and how that affects skiing as well as how to reduce the effects of a too-dominant leg.

"SKIING IS A SLIDING SPORT"--a skiing web manual:   Skiing Web Manual Contents   Why Read This Skiing Web Manual   That First Skiing Lesson   A Little Skiing History  Motion in Skiing  Conventional Skiing Wisdoms  Skier Excuses   Fear in Skiing  Conditioning for Skiing  Equipment and Technique  Skiing Equipment   How Skis Work  How to Develop Balance on Skis  A Skiing Turn Simplified  The Final Skiing Skill: pressure management  Tactics for Terrains and Snow Textures and Racing    Skiing Tips and Tales--a potpourri    EXERCISES FOR DEVELOPING SKIING SKILLS  Children and Skiing  Age and Skiing  Gender and Skiing  Culture & Skiing  Skiing Ethics and Slope Survival  Slope Safety  Skiing Environment  Videos and Apps  Glossary  Acknowledgements SkiMyBest Website Contents  
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