Mike Lynch con Skiing: Skiing for Fun and Fitness (English Edition)
It’s that time of year again. For some of us winter conjures up images of apples, popcorn and hot chocolate served up in front of a roaring fireplace and that white stuff out the window can stay right where it is.
The flip side to that idyllic picture are the hardier souls who keep checking The Weather Channel to find out when and where the best snow will be falling.
If you are amongst the former group and have always wondered about the sport of skiing then you’re in the right place. There’s more than one reason why so skiing has become such a wonderful activity.
Not only does it get us off of our collective derrieres it’s fun AND good for you too! Yep, who would have thunk it?
If you’ve ever considered taking up skiing or even if you’re a beginning skier there’s something for everybody in “Skiing for Fun and Fitness.” What you need is a little education.
It’s not that difficult to learn how to ski. Just about anyone can learn the basics and you can get started right away! Before you know it you’ll be hitting the “bunny slopes” and graduating on to bigger and better slopes.
Now, we don’t profess that “Skiing for Fun and Fitness” will prepare you for Olympic competition but it will certainly give you and your family all the information you need to get started!
Here’s a sample of what’s inside the digital pages of “Skiing for Fun and Fitness:”
Basics for Beginners
About basic position
Walking and gliding
How to turn in place
What is schussing
What is sidestepping
The Right Skis
Boots and Bindings
Grips and Poles
Cross Country Skiing - Part 1
Should you take lessons
Skiing without poles
Using the poles
Cross Country Skiing - Part 2
Traverse and traverse sidestep
Cross Country Skiing - Part 3
Snowplow or wedge
Cross Country Skiing - Part 4
Back country skiing
Skiing with a backpack
And that is just scratching the surface. We haven’t even begun to touch on Downhill Skiing, Racing and more!
For those folks who do not have a clue about the difference between schussing and sidestepping and really have a need to know, then “Skiing for Fun and Fitness” is the perfect learning guide.
The section about family skiing is especially significant. Skiing is the perfect past time for people who are desirous of creating a closer family experience. There’s no better way to do just that while having great fun and improving fitness for the entire family!
Don’t wait another minute. Grab your copy of “Skiing for Fun and Fitness” and start planning your first family fun outing!
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