Your Skiing Safety is paramount at all times.
On and off piste skiers are taught and encouraged to ski safe and smart. That means thinking right, dressing right, feeding right, warming up right, stretching right and skiing right. There's an order to skiing success, it's very much hierarchical.
As Skier's advance they're often in a 'rush' to progress. One thing Martin shows Skiers right away is to slow down.. Slowing down seams odd to skiers who've been pushing themselves to progress fast...
Intermediate skier's usually have a longing to learn "How To Carve" their ski's. The Art of Skiing isn't about the "Carving Turn", this is only one tiny part of the bigger picture...
Once Skiers get to the stage of Off Piste Skiing they're taught to manage their speed better.
Off Piste Skiing isn't about rushing to the slopes to get the first tracks in place... it's about being smart and responsible with your control. Then you're free to leave the best tracks and return home safely.
This is where both learners and 'even professionals' get caught out. So mastering a few skills and forming some good habits will enable you to enjoy a safer skiing experience.
The Mountain possesses natural hazards, showing respect and a willingness to learn is all part of the journey. Humility is an essential ingredient.
Martin encourages an open humble attitude that will set you apart ensuring a Safe, Smart and Successful Skiing future!
Watch the daily weather forecast
Eat a good breakfast, stop for breaks
Never follow strangers off piste
Always wear a transceiver
Ski with friends or a pro
Dress with layers, be prepared
Learn to Ski - Improve your Skiing - Learn How to Ski Powder
Private Ski Instruction in Val d'Isere - Just Get Better
On and Off Piste Skiing Breakthroughs