Originally Posted by dustyfog
for your patient and detailed step-by-step coaching. Will print out and carry - and start on floor and then carry onto the ski slope.
If Bariloche flights resume and folks can breathe, then this will be put into play at the end of August.
Once again, thanks for the gracious reply..it is an addictive sport for an addictive personality like mine especially as my son is moving ahead at an astronomical pace and it is his first love (after his mom of course)
You're most welcome, Dusty Fog. Yes, it is an addictive sport,,, I've been hooked badly for 47 years. You're at a very rewarding stage right now, so enjoy. Early on, improvement can come in leaps and bounds, and it's so much fun when those advancements take place. Dedicating yourself to a well structured skill development program will promote such leaps in ability level. Your son's youth will give him the edge in passive skill development, but structured training will allow you to keep pace.
There are a few options for accessing such training programs, some economical and some not. They would be good for your son too, as embedding a broad skill package and proper movement patterns early on will pay big dividends later on in how proficient he becomes in the sport, and how quickly he gets there.
Enjoy the ride.