Winter is destined to be a feast of skiing. Isn't it a little exciting to think about how cool you look on the ski resort? As a sport, skiing can not only exercise your health, but also see beautiful snow-capped mountains through skiing.

Freestyle ski equipment includes skis, ski poles, ski boots, sportswear and gloves. Since the freestyle skiing action is relatively sharp and the impact force is large, the skis must be strong and durable. At the same time, skiing has relatively high physical requirements. Some training is required.

1. Lesson 1: Bend your knees

You need to keep your knees bent when skiing, which makes many beginners uncomfortable. So many times, you will straighten your legs unconsciously, destroying your sense of balance. Remember to keep your knees bent while skiing, it forces you to push your shins into the front of the boots to control the skis, it also keeps your upper body over your legs for overall balance; at the same time better Accommodates small jumps and uneven terrain.

2. Gradually upgrade

Like anything else, learning to ski takes time. In one day, only the most athletic athletes can transition from beginner) to intermediate, and even have some trouble along the way. So don't rush it and focus on connecting with the skills you know. Just be patient and keep practicing and one day, you will be on the advanced path.

3. Appropriate clothing

Beginners, do not need to buy a full set of clothing and equipment, but need to rent some necessary things, such as:Snowboards: of course this is a must; Ski pants: Beginners fall a lot so it is necessary to rent or buy ski pants to make sure they are warm and dry;

Helmets: This is also a wise investment as you can't predict your own or your surroundings The actions taken by people who are likely to trip or bump, so helmets are a very necessary investment; Gloves: need to keep hands warm Goggles: bandanas and sunscreen to protect your eyes can bring your own.

4. Choose the right trail

If you just got your driver's license, you're not going straight to the highway. Therefore, beginner skiers should also not go directly to the advanced course. Beginners' runs are flatter, shorter, cleaner, and less steep, making them easier to learn how to ski. When the beginning is stable, you can contact to speed up.

5. Don’t be afraid to fall

As a beginner, sometimes falling is the only way to stop, and learning the right way to fall can not only protect yourself, but also eliminate your fear and speed up your learning. Falling on the side is safer than falling forwards or backwards; take care to protect yourself when falling so that you don't slide down a slope and hit something.

6. Raise your head, don't just focus on your feet

It's a weird feeling to ride on a snowboard, and it can make people involuntarily focus their eyes on it and fall over because they can't see their surroundings clearly. It is recommended that when skiing, always pay attention to a distance of at least three meters forward, so that you can better pay attention to the surrounding environment, prepare for rough terrain, have a better understanding of where you are going, and better adjust your own pace.