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So you have decided to go snow skiing Do you know what to do What to wear Where to go This article attempts to answer those questions and moreIf you have never skied before and have time to prepare One thing I would suggest is to watch a ski video Warren Miller as produced a good educational video called Learn to Ski Better It explains the basics of skiing and will get you thinking about the skills you will need to become a good skier You can order this video at Pete and Ed Books Click Here to order the videoOnce you have decided to try snow skiing you need to prepare your body If you want to enjoy your skiing experience your body needs to be in shape According to Greg Watson Owner of the former Sitzmark Ski Shop in Indianapolis inline skating is one of the better ways to exercise your muscles for skiing Other great ways to get your body in shape is bicycling and running Just about any aerobic exercise is goodNow that you have your mind and body ready for skiing you need to know what to wear Some people think you need to spend a lot of money on ski clothing that simply is not true Start with getting ski pants You can borrow some from a friend or neighbor Coveralls or a hunting outfit are good alternatives to ski pants Gloves and socks are a must Greg Watson suggests buying a good pair of ski socks they should cost 9 to 12 Remember to wear clothing in layers The dead air between clothes acts like an insulator and will keep you warmer than one thick coat Your outer wear should be water and wind resistant To stay warm always wear a cap Most of your body heat escapes through your headA good source of inexpensive ski clothing is a ski swap Most major cities will have a ski
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