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Skiing tips for intermediates: 5 ways to improve your technique

Here at Chill Factore, we understand that not everybody that graces our slopes is going to be a complete beginner, but quite the opposite. Our tailor made Skills Development Coaching Sessions focus on how to become a better skier and are aimed more at advanced learners, along with confidence building before hitting the slopes on their next European skiing holiday. We at Chill Factore are dedicated to showing you how to improve your skiing technique, so read on to learn about the 3 top ways to improve your technique.

How to ski - intermediate style

Top Tip #1

It’s an intense one, but it gets the job done: our Plough Perfection and Plough to Parallel courses are available as an intense 5 hour lesson. These are a whole day focused on improving your ski skills, and working on making you feel less rusty. If you’re flying off to colder pastures (even colder than the UK) or just don’t have the free time required to brush up over a longer time period, then this is the perfect course for you. For 5 hours you will be shown how to perfectly master the art of your snow plough turns, balance, speed control and downhill skiing.

Top Tip #2

If your intention is not so much how to become a better skier (because you’re already that good) but how to sharpen up your skills, then our Ski Skills Development Coaching Sessions could be handy for you. These are available as a bitesize two hour lesson, or as a more intense 5 hour day. These sessions focus on improving the abilities that you already have. Think of this as cramming for an exam - you’ve got limited time, but when the moment comes, everything you need to know will be right at the front of your mind.

Top Tip #3

If your skiing holiday is a few months away and you want to spread your tutoring out over a longer period of time, why not have a look at our 2 hour main slope lessons or even our skills development coaching sessions? We understand that perfecting your technique can be hard, and that sometimes it takes a little more time than you expect, but don’t worry - our instructors are at hand to mould your sessions into bite-size pieces. Whether you need to work on your balance, your speed, your control - our ski lessons are the perfect opportunity to become as good as you can be.

So, layer up and book your session in - you never know what hidden skills you might discover!

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