Learn How To Ski with Ease
The National Ski Areas Association reports the snowsports industry will lose 20 million skier days annually by 2019. Bill Jenkins from Rutland, VT, an 87 year old retired ski area and ski school manager, with 60 years of teaching and racer coaching experience, says he has a solution for retaining larger numbers of the 85% of first timers, presently lost each year by the industry.
Also an inventor, he wants to change the way all beginners are introduced to snow sports, throughout the world. He wants first timers to start indoors on his unique sports simulator to learn leg muscle use and body balance, before going out on the slippery snow.
Bill says Elastic Muscle Tensioning of the leg muscles, unique to skiing, boarding, and ice skating, is essential for balance and direction of the skis / board. It can be easily taught indoors using the simulators, in warm and relaxed comfort during the morning class.
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Then he wants to virtually eliminate Fear, Embarrassment, Falling, thoughts of Injury ( FEFI ) by starting beginners, on snow, on completely level terrain, using a super safe surface lift and Gravity Retraction Tow Unit he and a friend Stan Whitney, invented 50 years ago. The system can also be used without snow, using plastic snow strips.
In the afternoon class, the student is introduced to forward speed control and turning on the slippery snow, using the Level Terrain Coaching Lift before going down a hill.
The lift is designed to slowly tow the students on level snow terrain. Basics of wedging, wedge turns, wide track parallels, and wedge stops are taught, all without ever going downhill, so no loss of control will create fear, and falls are virtually eliminated. For the first time, the unique gravity retraction tow unit design makes this exclusive way of coaching possible, and safer.
Bill believes the first timer should never be allowed to go down a ski slope until capable of maintaining a safe, forward speed, and control of direction. This now, for the first time, is possible using the Level Terrain Coaching Lift, which provides a safe and enjoyable introduction to forward movement on snow in a wedge or parallel, against the pull of the lift. – Concerns ? – the student just lets go, and immediately stops. The slow Gravity Retraction Tow Unit solves the safety needs.
Next, down slope training begins using the Gentle Slope Coaching Lift which allows the student to get off at any point on the lift line, determined by the student skills available at that moment. On the minimal slope grade, the student can learn fall line skiing and riding, immediately. The system should also begin a new era for user friendly adaptive snow instruction.
The Super Safe Coaching System for First Timers is ready to go, reasonably priced, and is immediate fun to use for First Timers. The system is compatible with all teaching techniques.
The Coaching Lift can also be used for year round fitness exercise, anywhere in the country, for all skiers / riders, night time practice, and for tube towing. As mentioned, plastic strips can be used effectively until snow arrives.
The bonus in introducing the new system will be the opportunity to be the one resort / investor that will gain a minimum of $3,000,000.00 in weatherproof net profit (5000 units) annually from World Class VS. Sport Simulator mail order sales to the 12 million skier population. NordicTrack and another manufacturer have already proven this market by infringing units that have few of the advantages of this simulator. The simulatorÂ’s excellent and enjoyable advantages for exercise also provide a huge market available from the general public. During bleak economic times, home exercise machines greatly increase sales. The cost of fees and driving to exercise facilities reduces memberships. The World Class VS. Sports Simulator is particularly marketable as it is great fun and exercise for all family members, at any skill level, right at home.
For more information contact Bill, at 802-775-5195 or via email firstname.lastname@example.orgMORE MOUNTAIN WEEKLY NEWS HIGHLIGHTS: