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Skiers Edge & PMTS

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I never made the association before but I jumped on the Skiers Edge machine today and made the observation that the movement back and forth creates a flexed inside leg and an extended outside leg. I don't think you're really tipping - hinging to create these leg angles, more of a lateral move , however the foot standards on the machine allow you to hinge the plates a bit.

Anybody that has a Skier Edge think that that it can also serve as a method to develop better tipping and countrbalancing as PMTS advocates?

BTW ,my neighbor gave me his to get it out of his basement ! I've never really used it much but am now a bit more intrigues with the movement it creates.
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Originally Posted by roundturns View Post
Anybody that has a Skier Edge think that that it can also serve as a method to develop better tipping and countrbalancing as PMTS advocates?
Yes, I practice my tipping movements and in particular the timing of those movements. I also practice my counter acting movements with it.
post #3 of 8
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That's great . I'll start to use it now! By the way your video and the discussion it generated was very informative. I've read Essentials through a couple times now. There's just so much info in the book to digest. Has to be a work in progress for me.
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anyone wanna buy mine? I bought it years ago and used it twice.
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How Much?

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Originally Posted by borntoski683 View Post
anyone wanna buy mine? I bought it years ago and used it twice.

How old, how much, what condition???

Thanks,

Michael
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anyone wanna buy mine? I bought it years ago and used it twice.
After multiple mechanical breakdowns of various parts, I dumped my Skier's Edge into one of my farm ponds and it's now serving as habitat for largemouth bass.

It seems to work quite well at that task.
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After multiple mechanical breakdowns of various parts, I dumped my Skier's Edge into one of my farm ponds and it's now serving as habitat for largemouth bass.
I've had mine for a few years and its had plenty of use. Not a single issue. I find that its a sturdy piece of equipment.
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How old, how much, what condition???

Thanks,

Michael
its a few years old, perfect condition.
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