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 Poster: A snowHead
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Hi,

I'm looking for links that demonstrate how to do drills helpful for an intermediot

Things like
- raising one ski whilst turning
- braquage (sp?)

And any other drills.

There are lots of videos showing generally how to do something (like the Darren Turner videos), but fewer decent videos of drills.

Any good videos of drills, that'd be appreciated.

Cheers
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Anyone?

Thanks
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
TC, I generally try to avoid blatant self promotion here, but you won't find a more comprehensive and extensive program of skill development via a progressive series of "drills", than is to be found in my Building Blocks program. 9 solid hours of it.

http://www.yourskicoach.com/YourSkiCoach/Your_Ski_Coach_Home.html
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Do a search on YouTube for Deb Armstrong, who uses effective, well explained drills for the fundamentals.
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I'm loving the Deb Armstrong series, some really great videos in there
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This covers quite a bit in nice simple terms,
http://youtube.com/v/5F8tvSlUEAs
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FastMan wrote:
TC, I generally try to avoid blatant self promotion here, but you won't find a more comprehensive and extensive program of skill development via a progressive series of "drills", than is to be found in my Building Blocks program. 9 solid hours of it.

http://www.yourskicoach.com/YourSkiCoach/Your_Ski_Coach_Home.html

Some interesting stuff in there, so thank you for highlighting it.

The section on Inside Leg Extension reminded me that you can transfer weight by adding weight to the top ski; or taking it away from the bottom ski.....and I had almost forgotten that the former existed. I had been primarily skiing with the float, between the turns - which is highly enjoyable.

From past lessons, I know that I have to be careful that the ILE doesn't turn into an upward "Pop".
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Quote:

transfer weight by adding weight to the top ski; or taking it away from the bottom ski.


As easy as riding a bike Little Angel
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there are some good ones here

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2jvpwCE6Ybmizxid2qnRHg
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@TCruise, check-out the Warren (King of the Braquage) Smith series of DVD's.
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Warren Smith and Phil Smith are two of the best imv and both have DVDs - though the Phil Smith DVD is harder to find.
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