By Allen O'Bannon, Mike Clelland
Over a hundred information for novices and specialists trying to enhance their telemark snowboarding. packed with humorous & functional illustrations.
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That front ski needs to slide quickly backward to its stable position under you. In reality you should be pushing and pulling equally on each ski in the transition. It's the focus of your mental energy that changes. For a faster transition think front ski slides back. Page 32 32 Big toe, little toe This is a sure-fire way to make you focus on your edging. Pretend you have grapes positioned under your big and little toes. When you are doing a turn, you want to squish the grape under your big toe with your downhill foot.
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This opens the hip up to the hill, but you want to keep that hip facing down the fall line. You need to dramatically twist and lunge to properly face downhill. No matter how you skiusing parallel or telemark turnsyou always want to have those hips facing downhill. Page 51 51 Breathe This may sound ridiculous, but when your mind is swamped with a dozen little tricks to remember, you can actually forget to breathe. This has some obvious detrimental effects, like oxygen debt. It's very hard to link a bunch of turns together if your muscles are oxygen starved.
Allen & Mike's Really Cool Telemark Tips by Allen O'Bannon, Mike Clelland