Ski Lessons 4U - Expert

Ski Lessons 4U - Expert

By Ski Lessons 4u

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2014-11-08
  • Current Version: 1.0.15
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 360.35 MB
  • Developer: Ski Lessons 4u
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.

Description

This app provides you with 18 ski lessons that you can use if you are an experienced/expert skier, if you are looking for inspiration on how to teach experienced skiers or just want inspiration on offpiste and mogul skiing. Here are a few examples of what this app offers: • Freeride Turns in Powder • Short Turns in Powder • The Complete Dynamic Carving Turn • Skiing Moguls - Progression 1,2 and 3. • And much, much more. The short video clips provide you with inspiration and ideas you can use if you want to improve your skiing abilities. The ski lessons can also function as a work tool for ski instructors who are searching for inspiration on new lessons plans for the coming season. The videos are short and sweet giving you a quick insight into what the exercises trains, in which terrain they should be executed and what things you as an instructor should be aware of. These ski drills are designed so that ski instructors/teachers, parents or friends can get a quick understanding, and an awareness of what the drills entail and which ones are suited to their students, or will help to improve their own skiing abilities. Once downloaded you can use this app wherever you are, there are no extra charges, and no need for an Internet connection. You can use it for example: • In your chalet before you hit the slopes. • On the mountain before you start your lesson. • In the bus on the way to your skiing destination • In the lift on the way up to the slopes. SkiLessons4U is found in four different levels, each level comes with a group of training video lessons. This way both beginners and experienced skiers have the opportunity to gain knowledge and information on skiing techniques designed especially for their abilities. Beginner: Here you get ski lessons that can be used to teach or train children, teenagers, and new beginners to ski. Here are a few examples of what this app offers: • Putting your skis on for the first time • Assisted gliding plough • Testing your ski bindings • And much, much more. Intermediate: Here you get ski lessons that can help you or your students take skiing to the next level, for example go from skiing in plough to parallel skiing. Here are a few examples of what this app offers: • Skiing with an exaggerated wide stance • Truck driver • Plough turn progressions • And much, much more. Advanced: Here you get ski lessons that can help you or your students to improve there skiing. You or your clients should be competent in parallel skiing. Here are a few examples of what this app offers: • Using your ski sticks. • Short turns. • Carving turns. • And much, much more. Expert: Here you get ski lessons that can help you or your students to improve there skiing. You or your students/clients should be at an advanced level, for these lessons. Here are a few examples of what this app offers: • Quick short turns • Powder skiing • Carving - The complete dynamic turn. • And much, much more. Freestyle and other tricks for the advanced skier: Here you get ski lessons that can help you train your own or your student’s abilities in the area of freestyle and tricks. Here are a few examples of what this app offers: • Box - Progression 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 • Ramps - Progression 1,2,3 and 4 • Skiing backwards (Switch) • And much, much more.

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Reviews

  • Great app!

    5
    By Hca1
    I found this app very useful. The ski instructor in the app demonstrates the drills and lessons well. I am going to download the Advanced Ski Lessons 4U app as well!
  • Awful skiing!

    1
    By RobjDuncan
    The person skiing in the video is not of a very high standard and definitely shouldn't be used a example to copy. The video talks of keeping the upper body facing down the hill, which is correct, but the demonstrator is rotating their upper body across the hill especially while skiing bumps. I would expect this level of skiing from a level 1 instructor not somebody trying to sell an instructor app.

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