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Spring skiing and How to ski mash potatoes.
How to Ski: Mashed Potatoes
Spring skiing has its challenges and mash potatoes snow conditions tends to be the most difficult to over come. Here are a few tips to keep you moving in late spring conditions.

SKI Magazine director of instruction and PSIA Team Captain, Michael Rogan, gives his best tips on how to ski mashed potatoes in this episode of Essentials Clinics.
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Can you name this skiing clip?
Name That Clip.  #Skiing #WarrenMiller

This scene is from a classic Warren Miller ski movie, let me know if you know it. Comment, Tweet, Like
Ski Block Films: Completely Serious
Ski Block Films: Completely Serious
 
This is a short trailer that will get you pumped up for more skiing. So check it out and let me know what you think. #Skiing

Completely Serious, a film by Jack Borland, captures the essence of big air, big powder, and big rails.
Cool Extreme Snow Skiing
The Coolest Extreme Skiing Dudes.
Hope you enjoy this video as much as I did, it got me craving some backcountry skiing.

The best extreme skiers demonstrate what it takes to become a Extreme Skiing Dude 
[Wiki-pages] #SnowSkiing #Skiing #ExtremeSkiing #BackCountrySkiing
Powder Mountain From a GoPro Perspective
Powder Mountain Perspective
Skiing and snowboarding all caught on a GoPro video camera. 

Powder Mountain Perspective
Surfing Jaws in Slow Motion
Canon 5D Mark II Slow Motion + Jaws ( Peahi ) 12-7-09

Canon 5D Mark II Slow Motion + Jaws ( Peahi ) 12-7-09
Today’s skiing tip: Carving a Perfect Turn
How to carve a perfect turn. Tips from Beaver Creek ski school

Want to improve your skiing? Learn from the best. Stacey Gerrish and AJ Jones from Beaver Creek's ski school give you some simple tips on how to carve a perfect turn on skis. For more information or to learn more about Beaver Creek's ski school programs, visit www.beavercreek.com. www.beavercreek.com
Learning to Ski Like it is 1941
Beginners skiing tips 1941
Classic film on early ski technique, a cool look at the roots of modern skiing. This is a look back to early organized ski instruction. Modern skiing has a solid root in what they taught back in 1941, can you see the similarities?
 

For training USA mountain troops in 1941. In this segment, we learn how to walk, side-step, snow plow, turn, traverse, side-slip, and how to avoid a face-plant,
Ski tips from Joe Ski Bum: Turn Shape
Ski Tip – Turn Shape

The Peak Performance Academy in Heavenly has some great skiing tips for you.

Ski Tip – Turn Shape
This Is My Winter. A Ski Movie
THIS IS MY WINTER (full movie english)

THIS IS MY WINTER (full movie english)
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