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post #121 of 127
OK, Bud and Rick, maybe just maybe you missed the point????
Four basic skills are need in skiing, correct?
Those four skills are always blended, to much of one skill and not enough of another. Over powered under skilled, over skilled under powered.
Since your both focused on COOKIES forget the Doctor or Lawyer for a moment and go bake some COOKIES with to much of one ingredient and not enough of another.
Let me know how they taste?
I don't wont to eat any.

Bud, I'll have Michele bake some cookies for you. That way I will get a few. I know for a FACT I can take the radius of a cookie and tip it, twist it, or bend it if half.

Time to go skiing.

Cheers and may all your turns be linked with a
post #122 of 127

Well said! "My impression is that the DVD doesn't even pretend to be an instructional piece.  Rather, the DVD shows great skiers demonstrating great skiing and encourages viewers to use visualization as a tool for incorporating the "concepts" that are mentioned."

 

Thank you

post #123 of 127

It's available here for anyone interested or that finds visualization to be a useful learning tool.

post #124 of 127
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Originally Posted by sean warman View Post

Well said! "My impression is that the DVD doesn't even pretend to be an instructional piece.  Rather, the DVD shows great skiers demonstrating great skiing and encourages viewers to use visualization as a tool for incorporating the "concepts" that are mentioned."

 

Thank you



Welcome to EpicSki!

post #125 of 127
Hi Sean,

Welcome to EpicSki!

Robin has shown us a bit of the great work you all have done at EpicSki Academies.

Hope you find time to participate in our discussions!

Chris
post #126 of 127

 

Feb 1, 2011

 

Hi Sean:

 

I've purchased a copy of Ski Concepts 2010 from you in the summer/fall.  I am completely satisfied with the dvd in terms of presentation/explanation of skiing demonstrations, camera work, background score, etc.  I think that for many skiers who purchase this video (at least for myself), the main reason is to impress on their mind's eye what good "modern" skiing looks like.  Along these lines, the old Sybervision series of skiing, showed long stretches of Jean Claude Killy skiing.  I think that these longer stretches of skiing, making the same turns over and over again, help to imprint the mental imagery which you are trying to publicize.  I wouldn't mind it if you had to loop around the same material in order to get a long stretch of skiing.  I think that if "looping" over the same material to lengthen a section of skiing was made clear. few would have objections  That is my suggestion for Ski Concepts 2011.  

 

Think snow,

 

CP, a satisfied viewer

post #127 of 127

Sean, I'm with CharlieP on this... I would love it if this DVD were about 2-3 times as long, even if the skiing was looped or speed altered.

 

I also like what Weems did on his DVD, using the same video clips to create multiple paths, including with/without text, with/without speaking, and so on.

 

I love the skiing images that I'm getting imprinted, and appreciate the approach to introducing and enforcing the concepts. Thanks!

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