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Saturday , 15 December 2018

Ski Tips – On-Demand

Ski Tips has a long history of providing instruction to Canada’s skiers. The Ski Television show segment is re-launching in December 2016 with a new look and feel, a new host and an incredible new venue.

Lake Louise Ski Resort will provide the backdrop to Edith Rozsa’s debut as the new host of Ski Tips. Rozsa, a long-time host of Ski Television and former World Cup ski racer, brings her knowledge, insight and mountain passion – as well as Canadian Ski Coaches Federation and Canadian Ski Instructor Alliance certifications – to offer viewers practical tips to improve at every level in areas of technical and tactical aspects of skiing. More on EDITH ROZSA

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SKI TIPS: The 50/50 Golden Rule

March 8, 2018  |   Features

Powder skiing can be effortless when it’s done right. In the latest instalment of Ski Tips, host Edith Rozsa shows and explains her “50/50 Golden Rule” which, if done right, will have you floating – instead of grinding – through pow.
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SKI TIPS 2018: Upper body stability

March 5, 2018  |   Features

The upper body position significantly influences what’s happening on the snow. Skiing is a head to toe sport. In this week’s installment of Ski Tip, Edith Rozsa offers a few suggestions to gain efficient edge angles with a calm and stable upper body.
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SKI TIPS 2018: Regaining your centre

February 20, 2018  |   Features

“Skiing centred is the foundation of all ski tips and where you’re going to find the best results,” say’s Ski Tips host Edith Rozsa. Check out these suggestions to regain and reclaim that elusive centred and balanced position.
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SKI TIPS 2018: The art (and necessity) of the pole plant

February 3, 2018  |   Features

You’ve heard it before and will hear it again. The pole plant is the key to timing. But in this week’s instalment of Ski Tips, Edith Rozsa goes deeper, showing and explaining how the pole plan is the key to proper rhythm and timing, no matter which part of the ...
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