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Parallel Turn
A turn made on corresponding ski edges with simultaneous edge release
increased
A wide width wedge stance will normally result in this
Pressure control
The action of actively adjusting the pressure between the skiis and the snow
Simultaneous leg rotation
The legs move in the same direction, more or less at the same time
Angulation
A movement in a diagonal and lateral plane in a flexing or extending fashion
Skidding
A combination of sliding and slipping as the ski moves forward through a turn
Sidecut
The Hour-glass shape of the ski that, in part, helps describe turn radius
Sequential Leg Rotation
The action of turning one leg while using the other as the supporting or stabilizing base
Gliding wedge
Moving with the skiis in a position convergent to one another providing an efficient base frome which the skier can begin
Edging Movements
Movements that increase or decrease edge
Carving
A turning of the skis with little or no lateral slippage and the tails following the path of the tips
Sliding
The movement of the skis gliding in the directio they are pointed
Balancing
The action of maintaining equilibrium
Traverse
Skis skidding across the fall line
Stemming
The displacement of one ski to a position convergent with the other ski
Practice
Repeated trials to learn to ski
Feedback
The impressions, feelings, or concepts that a student receives from learning
skill
The level of proficiency in a specific task
Counter rotation
Rotary movement generally the mosy effective under normal skiing conditions
Always stay in control
1
People ahead of you have the right of way
2
Stop in a safe place for you and others
3
Whenever starting downhill or merging, look up hill nad yield
4
Use devices to prevent run-away equipment
5
Observe signs of warning/ Keep off closed trails
6
Know how to use lifts safely
7
Progression
A lesson plan that takes learners from easier to more difficult levels of
Initiation
Parallel turns require a more or less simultaneous edge release of both skis during the _____phase of the turn
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Parallel Turn
A turn made on corresponding ski edges with simultaneous edge release
increased
A wide width wedge stance will normally result in this
Pressure control
The action of actively adjusting the pressure between the skiis and the snow
Simultaneous leg rotation
The legs move in the same direction, more or less at the same time
Angulation
A movement in a diagonal and lateral plane in a flexing or extending fashion
Skidding
A combination of sliding and slipping as the ski moves forward through a turn
Sidecut
The Hour-glass shape of the ski that, in part, helps describe turn radius
Sequential Leg Rotation
The action of turning one leg while using the other as the supporting or stabilizing base
Gliding wedge
Moving with the skiis in a position convergent to one another providing an efficient base frome which the skier can begin
Edging Movements
Movements that increase or decrease edge
Carving
A turning of the skis with little or no lateral slippage and the tails following the path of the tips
Sliding
The movement of the skis gliding in the directio they are pointed
Balancing
The action of maintaining equilibrium
Traverse
Skis skidding across the fall line
Stemming
The displacement of one ski to a position convergent with the other ski