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 – On-Demand
January 20, 2016 | Ski Tips
Sometimes when the pressure comes on we start to think about edging our skis and that's when the "inner weirdness" comes out. Josh talks about the where, when and how of smoother turns on your skis.
January 13, 2016 | Featured Video
A lot of people talk about turn completion and finishing your turn. Josh shares a thought that is more focused on linking one turn smoothly to the next. This transition helps to set up your balance, your edge and it also lets you flow through to the next turn. Watch ...
January 6, 2016 | Featured Video
You may have heard in the past that you always want to be facing downhill, well that’s kind of true, but not quite though. With ski technology these days, the ski does a lot more for you with and has a “self steering” effect in your turns. Josh extends on ...
December 29, 2015 | Ski Tips
You know that chatter you sometimes get at the end of the turn, that's pressure that builds up and rattles off the tip and the tail of the ski. Josh has a great tip to reduce chatter through bending just a little bit more throughout the turn.
December 18, 2015 | Featured Video
From BC’s snowy Big White Ski Resort, Josh Foster talks balance on skis. “Balance is an action, not a position,” Josh says. Josh gives us visual cues to help us remain stable on our boards and achieve optimum edge grip.
April 16, 2015 | Featured Video
[brightcove videoID=4177831287001 playerID=3840497863001 height=347 width=618] The great thing about skiing is you need to be able to do one thing with your feet and legs and another thing with your hands. Don’t forget to bring your banana.