Skiing Made Easy takes you through the beginner's progression from
snowplough to parallel turns. It starts at the very beginning, with a
chapter about putting on your skis and boots - important, and an area
where mistakes are sometimes made!
I suggest relevant exercises to develop and improve your skills, and I
identify common faults and how to correct them. 'By the way' sections
contain information about many of the little things that people often
assume you just know, but you may not.
Who Is the Book For?
The book assumes no prior knowledge, so it's suitable for complete
beginners and people who are in the early stages of learning to ski.
It's not a substitute for ski lessons, but it will help you make the
absolute most of your tuition, and understand why you're being asked to
make movements or do exercises.
Even if you've been skiing lots of times, Skiing Made Easy will enable
you to understand more clearly why you use certain techniques, and
you'll almost certainly learn things you never knew before.
For an experienced skier who is planning to help a novice friend or
family member, or a trainee ski instructor, this book could be