Remember that even when running late in the course, it’s best to have equal pressure in both arms and focus on being centered on the ski with your hips up. Let the pull come from your core, not your upper body. However, if you’re past the point of no return, and a crash is inevitable, there are some precautionary measures you can take.
Every skier has had a slack line and we all hate the feeling. Find out Will Asher’s five secrets to keep a tight line at all times behind the Malibu Response TXi.
Not all water-ski goals need to focus on the liquid playground. As we inch closer to the dawn of winter’s chill, it’s time to set your sights on the off-season steps required to become a better skier. Get ready to become inspired as three pros reveal their winter goals and how they expect to achieve […]
Skiing can be violent sport as you probably know. The strains and stresses put on your body can definitely take its toll. Tired of the pain? How often do you complain about lower-back spasms? The time is now to ease your muscles. Crazy water ski crash shots included!
If you’re like most mid-season water skiers, you probably sound like a broken record, constantly complaining about lower-back pain or tight hips.
One of the top three-event skiers in the world, French National Team member Marion Mathieu has held consecutive overall podium finishes at the past two World Championships, and a Moomba Masters jump crown in 2009. A dramatic change was made to her training regimen during the 2009 off-season. “I had always trained during the off-season, […]
Here’s your chance to get lessons from one of the world’s best water ski tournament drivers. DEA Agent Chad Scott has mastered the art of driving a perfect boat path in the course. The 43-year-old Covington, Louisiana, Big Dawg skier has been ramping up his driving skills over the last decade, and in 2010 he […]
We asked veteran show skier Curtis Rabe to show you passionate skiers how to launch a water ski show in your hometown and help our great sport stand the test of time.
Speed management, cornering, acceleration and deceleration are all terms commonly used in car racing; they also pertain to skiing a slalom course. Racing and water skiing both require careful management of speed and direction.
With water ski boat prices on the rise, instead of buying their own rides, many skiers opt to enter into boat-sharing arrangements.