Methodology and exercises

Dry exercises:

We recommend the beginner gets used to the skiing equipment and acquires basic movement information before entering the snow. The beginner should walk around on a carpet or a lawn, dressed in perfect ski gear. The child should learn to turn around a spot, do side shuffles, imitate the downhill skiing position, stand on one ski, and do squats.

Snow exercises:

  • Repeat dry exercises on the snow
  • Alternating slides - left leg, right leg - back and forth
  • Lift one ski
  • Lift the tail of one ski (nose stays on the ground)
  • Lift the nose of one ski (tail stays on the ground)
  • Weight shifting 360° turn around the center
  • After a vocal signal - “ready, go!” - transition into sliding (student’s hands on knees)
  • After a few meters of sliding - vocal warning: “Stop!” - then brake using the snowplough position
  • Flat track slalom between obstacles/cones, slight snowplough ski position (hands on knees)
  • Flat track slalom between obstacles/cones, parallel ski position (hands on knees)
  • Gradual climbing up a gentle slope by lifting skis, transition into a direct descent, then stop in a snowplough position
  • Basic turns on a gentle slope
  • Gradually move to more challenging ski slopes

Video demonstration of exercises



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