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.
All of the world’s best slalom skiers keep their shoulders level and their head upright throughout the turn. Adopting this posture afords you optimum balance and the ability to maintain your speed, as opposed to falling clumsily into the turn. The key to this upright approach, however, lies far in advance of the turn itself. […]
Understanding the difference between building speed and building pressure is an important component of smooth efficient slalom skiing. While the two go hand-in-hand, excessive or uncontrolled line pressure will result in poor body position as you leave the wakes. Let team Goode skier, Nick Parsons, show you how to cross and exit the wakes like […]
Malibu Boats rider Brian Grubb shares his formula for boosting huge wakesurf airs on both sides of his Malibu Wakesetter with the new SURF GATE.
Is there one perfect line to run through the slalom course, one turning radius that places the skier on the ultimate path of least resistance to the next buoy? After watching hours of snow-ski racing this winter, I am inclined to think there may be.
In this water ski how to, we show you how to enter next season ready to rip and physically equipped to take your skiing to the next level.
In this water ski how to, you’ll learn how to gain control of the three most important variables affecting your gate.
Whether you’re a water ski beginner or a seasoned skier looking for your latest breakthrough, we’re all looking for the same thing — how to water ski better. Look no further. From switching to the one-handed gate to crossing the wakes with ease, these six water ski how tos will show you how to water ski better right now.
In this barefoot water ski how to, Paul Macdonald shows you how to do four easy barefoot skiing tricks that will turn heads on the water.
In this water ski how to, you’ll learn the five simple steps that will have you barefoot skiing behind a plane in no time.