Find yourself a nice fled area,
place the skis on the snow,
hip with the par and parallel
until your toe bindings are lined up together.
One put in middle, and already to put the skis on.
Now barely mind the stage,the painting on the snow,
You might find you have snow stub follow your boots.
You ought to give it a tap,
with the ski stip,scrap
place the toe one the nice straight,
look behind,make your shoes lind up
and give the boots solid.
So you get the skis on.
Now just spend a few minutes on the fled before you start sliding.
Just get used to the feeling of them.
Balance and lift them up, slide and forward.
One by one.
And walk back and forth a few times.
Just get used to it.
So now Iam trying to ski down the hill.
But before we do that. we will get up there.
There is no point,
facing up to mountain,
trying to walk the way you want to go.
You simply slide backwards
and look like Micheal Jackson doing the moonwalk.
What we want to do:
get the ski sideway
and cross the hill,
and gently use an eased ankle,
roll the skis on to the edges
and start to step up.
We have made it to top slope.
It is now time to simply slide down.
You should pose, forbid bends, step brownd
Feet hip with the par, skis parallel.
Very important,head up and look the way going.
Anybody ever taught how to ride bike,
most problem is the thing they looked down,
they gonna lose balance forever.
So check the slope and gently start to slide.
couple push with the poles,
and just stand as normally as you can.
Now chosing the slope.
So naturally come to stand still,
look for slope with fled part of the bottom,
or even slide up-hill.
So you may get panic about fleeing up run away train.
Points stick the poles and try to stand still.
Literaly, stand still on the skis.
Let them get along with there.
If you are doing this without poles,
it doesn't make any differences.
Just relax and let it naturally slow down
and come to the stop.