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Tips for Summer Camp Program – How to Find the Right Camp

From Susheel Tripathi  Skiing during summer is very important because it prepares you for the winters. With improved skills and technique, you will be able to enjoy your slope time even more. Opt for a summer camp, which provides the unique opportunity to train yourself with the professional ski coaches. For the first timers, it…

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The Rise of Local Ski Makers

From James Horner  The world of downhill skiing has seen massive changes in the past 10 years. With the advent of wider and stiffer skis has come a whole new market that focuses not only on technological advances but also the type and location of the snow. Enter the local ski makers. Local producers of…

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Ski Vacation Fun: Monoskiing

From Donald Soolar  Want to try something new for your next ski vacation? Well, there is another type of skiing that you can try and will surely spice up your typical ski vacation trips – monoskiing. This type of skiing was invented in the 1950s. The set of equipment used is pretty much the same…

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Ski Vacation Tips: Go Green to Prevent Them From Melting

From Donald Soolar  Planning on a ski vacation this year? Why not consider skiing green this time. With Earth getting hotter than usual due to global warming, ski resorts are mostly affected by this change. At present, they are now thinking of ways on how they can help to mitigate the problem. The good news…

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Ski Vacation Threats: Understanding Shin Bang

From Donald Soolar  After long hours of skiing, there are skiers who experience pain radiating from their shins. If that happens to you during your ski vacation, you might just got “boot banged” while skiing. This condition is formally known as shin bang, or the hitting of the shins on the front of the boots…

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Wind-Kissed Skin: Tips on Avoiding Windburn on a Ski Vacation

From Donald Soolar  Aside from the possibility of getting caught in the middle of an avalanche and getting a frostbite during your ski vacation, here’s another threat that you should avoid: windburn. So what exactly is a windburn? Windburn is the redness of the skin caused by long exposure to strong and cold winds for…

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Ski Vacation Alert: Understanding Frostbite

From Donald Soolar  During your ski vacation, long exposure to a cold environment may lead to frostbite. A frostbite is an injury caused by freezing of the skin and underlying tissues. Before you go to your vacation, it is important to first understand this injury. Frostbite is common on the fingers, toes, nose, ears, cheeks…

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Facts About Ski Trips: Common Skiing Injuries

From Donald Soolar  Changes in modern ski equipment, improvements in slope design, and maintenance helped reduced the incidence of serious injuries. However, we must take note that there are still a significant number of ski injuries that can possibly occur during your ski trips. According to the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), studies have…

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