Excellent training film from the Canadian Federation of ski coaches (CSCF - Canadian Ski Coaches Federation). Contains various phases training skiers from warm-up exercises and ending passages of the downhill and giant slalom and slalom World Cup top athletes and the Canadian national team. The film can be used as one of their training manuals for teaching in the sections of mountain skiing, as well as for self-study and perfection of athletes skiers.
This educational DVD is for athletes and coaches in the “train to compete” and “train to win” phases of development. You will see inspirational and fast technical skiing. In collaboration with Media Partners and the Canadian Alpine Ski Team, these DVDs show more than100 winning runs from more than 68 World Cup races from the 05/06 season. The DVD set is 120 minutes of pure adrenaline.
Instructional video from the British Ski Club and the Association of Ski Instructors for novice skier.
This year's edition of the CSCF World series of DVDs showcases the best in the world. You will see drills, free skiing and gate training by World Cup athletes developing slalom and giant slalom technicals skills. This is excellent footage for use with your athletes for mental imagery of great skiing. "Tech Talk" brings you the latest information from World Cup coaches explaining what the trends are today in ski racing. This video features our own Allison Forsyth, Britt Janyk, Genevieve Simard, JP Roy and Thomas Grandi along with many other oustanding Canadian Ski Team athletes.
Sofa Ski School is an interactive, instructional ski DVD for intermediate to expert skiers. It provides the viewer with a virtual ski school visit that can be done from his living room sofa. The nonlinear structure of the DVD allows the viewer to get information, visuals and drills for exactly the parts of his skiing that might need improvement. Sofa Ski School features more than 80 minutes of instruction that cover the main ski fundamentals, carving, skiing the steeps, short turns, 14 additional drills and a section to help the student find out where he has the biggest potential for improvement.