Generally (again) great lines involve three bumps. Starting the turn above a bump, make your edge change right at the crest that leads into the valley... Continue Reading »
Go back and take another look at Joni (pronounced "Johnny") skiing in the bumps on Bell Mountain in Aspen. Generally the best line does not... Continue Reading »
Look how the Maroon Bells seem alive! Continue Reading »
The line of connected arcs that skis trace in the snow involves one of the most fascinating puzzles of skiing. And one of sking's biggest... Continue Reading »
On New Year's Eve, I would like to honor one of the greatest ski racers ever: Andrea Mead Lawrence who won two gold medals in... Continue Reading »
The great Jean Mayer--my sensei-- skis like Ligety too! Check the difference in the flexing of each leg. EVERYBODY does it. (See preceding post: Ski... Continue Reading »
For as long as we can all remember, bending the knees--flexing the knee joints--has been a commandment of ski technique. However, over the years, not... Continue Reading »
Well the season has started, with a bunch of cold weather to keep the snowguns working and a blast of natural snow to make it... Continue Reading »
As I said in my last entry on anxiety, you can't avoid it. You're gonna have it. You're not fearless. Your body is programmed for... Continue Reading »
Hello, Sports Diamond Fans! Many people have asked me why there are no beginner skiers or riders in my book. It’s a good question because... Continue Reading »
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This is good, Weems. I hope you find someone to translate it into English now that I am gone.
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