Review of Tyrolia Adrenalin Alpine Touring Bindings

Previously using a pair of Fritschi Diamir Experience, there were things I liked and did not like about that binding. I loved that it was so easy to go into and out of touring mode. Compared to my fellow skiers with Marker Duke and Baron bindings, I could switch to touring mode with a flick…

Ski drills don’t teach a skier, they test a skier.

I apologise that it’s been awhile since my last post. Other commitments get in the way and some things get neglected as a result. Regardless, I’m writing today about one of my pet peeves that I’ve been noticing recently: ski drills. Let me start by saying that I’m not totally against all drills. There is a time…

Challenging the traditional concepts on turn shape.

Traditionally, the start and end of the turn has been defined by a C shaped curve. Linked them together and you should end up with the S shaped turn that we so commonly see.  Traditional turn shape. Now here’s the problem. Almost all skiers mentally approach skiing using this traditional C shape curve. What results…