Check out this photo gallery of Chris Rossi’s legendary moves, and read our commentary on how you can use his techniques to make your next set the best ever!
Gauge distance, intensity and duration to improve the start of your water ski slalom run.
All too often, skiers will integrate their edge change and reach into one movement.
Four keys to ensure your kids are progressing on the water while having fun. Chet Raley has been operating the Palm Beach Training Center for over 12 years and has earned gurulike status throughout his 20 years of coaching. Noted for his ability to produce the champions of tomorrow, Raley shared some insight on how […]
There is a lot of information out there about fin setup, but what do you really know about water ski boot setup? Although there are numerous boot setup opinions and the movements can be slightly different for every skier, here is a quick guide to maximizing your stance on a slalom ski.
The toughest obstacle a rookie slalom skier faces is that of crossing the wakes. It’s natural to fear getting pulled out the front and face-planting the water, but if you follow these simple steps, you’ll significantly improve your chance of success. 1. You want to be as balanced on the ski as possible, and that […]
Learn what you can do to simulate the water ski slalom motions off the water and on dry land.
World-class coach and skier Seth Stisher (h2osmosis.com) shows you how to get the most out of your water ski coach. LISTEN and TRUST From a coach’s standpoint, it takes my heart out of the game when I know someone isn’t listening. Give the coach a chance to get through to you. COMMUNICATE Most coaches will […]
It’s more common for Keith St. Onge to tell his students to relax than to bend their knees. The reason? Quite simply, there’s no reason to ski if you’re not going to enjoy the ride. Learn how to avoid overreacting when skimming across the water. Basic #1: Just Breathe. Relaxing is breathing and breathing is […]