I'll be back in Michigan for the month of June and plan on holding a rollerski clinic right away at our usual spot at Kensington Metropark in the Martindale Beach Splash & Blast parking lot.
Taking lessons and watching videos can really help you grasp the complexity of the gliding with ease on snow crystals. 2 years ago, I spent the time to make these and published them, making them free for all to learn and improve from.
Ski Technique review check-up! (on roller skis) 2 days only. Individual and group sessions available. Plus a rollerski time trail!
As the months get closer to the next season, it is more and more important that we take the time to go over technique and get comfortable on the roller skis before transitioning to the snow.
UPDATED! NEW VIDEO! Andy Liebner gives tips to improve your V2 (or two skates for every pole plant).
UPDATED! NEW VIDEO! Andy Liebner gives tips to improve your V2 (or one skate for every pole plant)
No snow around this time of year—just pavement and the various poling machines. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be working on your technique. And with the growing prevalence and importance of double-poling, this seems like a good area to focus on.
The herringbone is used when the terrain is too steep to diagonal stride. There are five basic elements to the herringbone.
Four tips for getting around a corner fast! And a couple drills you can do to learn how to ski corners better...
On snow yet? U.S. Ski Team coach Bryan Fish reviews the fundamental body positions and movements for classic skiing technique.
U.S. Ski Team coach Bryan Fish shows a double pole drill that uses the broad jump to teach the rhythm and timing of the double pole. Do this drill on rollerskis on soft grass to get the feel without worrying about falling.
Have back pain from doublepoling? Jason Cork explains he importance of keeping ankles supple for efficient movement and to avoid chronic back pain.
Nothing in the calendar for the next thirty days.