Ski instructors at the widely scattered skiing resort centers in the United States have adopted a uniform skiing method....

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SKIING SIMPLIFIED

Ski instructors at the widely scattered skiing resort centers in the United States have adopted a uniform skiing method. This will enable the neophytes to continue instruction no matter where they decide to strap their skis on. Estin, a recognized authority and widely known instructor, presents the beginning, intermediate and advanced stages of the American technique. He wastes no words, sticks to his subject and describes the way a skier must adapt to the conditions and demands of various types of slopes and snow.

Pub Date: Oct. 31, 1963

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Page Count: -

Publisher: John Day

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1963