Isolation Isn't Always a Bad Thing

One of the basic coaching principles for skiing is to break down the techniques. The greatest breakdown is dryland techniques, done off of skis or rollerskis, working on the details of the movements, control, body position, specific motions, and relaxation. While these are the fundamentals that athletes from beginners to Olympians should do regularly and reconnect with, without a coach or training group, these types of drills often get overlooked as superfluous, or not done simply by being unaware of a good regimen. In this age of high tech gizmos and over-the-top competitive youth commitment to sports development, I’m still a strong believer in learning the sport from the sport. While it

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