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  • User account | Telemark Phat
    account Log in active tab Request new password Username Enter your Telemark Phat username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username Old Site Learn Review Report Community About Login With Monthly archive July 2008 2 August 2010 1 September 2010 3 November 2010 1 June 2012 5 July 2012 6 August 2012 1 April 2013 5 May 2013 3 July 2013 6 Pages 1 2 next last Navigation Home

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    Username or e mail address Verification Type the characters you see in the picture if you can t read them submit the form and a new image will be generated Not case sensitive Switch to audio verification Old Site Learn Review Report Community About Login With Monthly archive July 2008 2 August 2010 1 September 2010 3 November 2010 1 June 2012 5 July 2012 6 August 2012 1 April

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    account Log in active tab Request new password Username Enter your Telemark Phat username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username Old Site Learn Review Report Community About Login With Monthly archive August 2013 6 October 2013 1 June 2014 1 July 2014 1 August 2014 1 October 2014 2 June 2015 1 August 2015 1 September 2015 9 October 2015 2 Pages first previous 1 2 Navigation Home

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  • Technique | Telemark Phat
    to surmount obstacles in his path and pass them directly Nevertheless in exceptional situations a skier may need to execute an abrupt stop When skiing in a snowplough position the T stop is a technique suitable for executing such a stop Read more about The T Stop Add new comment Pages 1 2 next last Old Site Learn Review Report Community About Login With Monthly archive July 2008 2 August

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  • The T-Stop | Telemark Phat
    then completely transfers his weight to the right hand ski with a forceful lateral thrust to the heel This will cause the ski to turn across the slope Simultaneously he allows the tip of the left ski to meet the right boot and allow the left ski to guide him in a straight line In the plate below R Hocking Esq demonstrates the position adopted midway through the T stop A more emphatic shift of the weight onto the right hand ski would produce a more abrupt stop The T Stop in Progress In the following plate he can be seen to have completed his stop within a short number of yards The T Stop in Progress In his excellent treatise The Complete Book of Ski ing H Mückenbrünn notes that this technique is a very powerful brake but owing to the wide straddle required and the excessive forward leaning of the body it is very fatigue and to be used sparingly The author wholeheartedly agrees with this sentiment but feels that the T stop is nonetheless an important technique to be mastered by the competent skier Technique Add new comment Your name Subject Comment More information about text formats

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  • Movement Analysis | Telemark Phat
    turn Read more about Movement Analysis Daniel Marlay APSI L2 Telemark Course Add new comment Movement Analysis Acacia Rose APSI L2 Telemark Course Submitted by Richard Hocking on 11 September 2010 5 28pm Acacia came to the course as a self taught intermediate telemarker with poor upper body discipline poor left ski pressure weak pole plants late edging poor steering and she rotated and inclinated into her turns On the second day her upper body discipline and pole plants improved On the third day Acacia s Upper body discipline continued to improve she got more rear ski pressure her pole plants improved she rotated and inclined less Her steering and edging also improved Read more about Movement Analysis Acacia Rose APSI L2 Telemark Course Add new comment Movement Analysis Owain Williams APSI L2 Telemark Course Submitted by Richard Hocking on 11 September 2010 5 23pm Owain came to the course as a back country tourer who had taught himself telemarking On the first day Owain had poor upper body discipline a long poodly stance poor rear ski pressure weak pole plants he rotated inclined and he had poor steering and late edging On the second day Owain s upper body

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  • Movement Analysis - Daniel Marlay - APSI L2 Telemark Course | Telemark Phat
    effectivly was using more angulation and was edging at the top of the turn On the final day of the course Dan s body position improved he got his hands into a good poistion his stance was nice and tall he was pole planting effectively had a good amount of angulation and had blended his edge change into the top of the turn Movement Analysis Add new comment Your name

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  • Movement Analysis - Acacia Rose - APSI L2 Telemark Course | Telemark Phat
    she got more rear ski pressure her pole plants improved she rotated and inclined less Her steering and edging also improved On the last day Acacia had good upper body discipline her rear ski pressure continued to improve along with her pole plants edging and steering She also rotated and inclined less Movement Analysis Add new comment Your name Subject Comment More information about text formats Plain text No HTML

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