Ski Webinars

You Have The Potential To Ski Better Than You Have Ever Skied Before

Phil Smith, Director of Snoworks Ski Courses is running a 6 week course of ski webinars.

Dates o Be Confirmed
October 3rd to November 5th
10 Webinars
Every Monday 1830
45mins – 1 hour per webinar. UK time.

Cost TBC: £100

All those signed up will have a personal Zoom link to log into each webinar. All webinars will be recorded and the recordings will be available afterwards if anyone has to miss the live webinar or would like to listen again.

Designed to open your mind, tap into your full skiing potential and enjoy your skiing more than ever before.

So often it’s simple misunderstanding of skiing and learning that holds people back from reaching their full potential. Yet this is so easy to correct. Phil has been forefront in pursuing knowledge and understanding of open sport for more than 20 years. Yet much of skiing continues to be built around closed sport methodology. Great for the blues and the reds but to progress on to comfortably cope with the whole mountain environment a change of mindset and understanding is required. These webinars are aimed at opening your mind to open sport methodology. The result; attack the whole mountain with confidence. Go places you never thought possible with complete control. Ski with a smil on your face ever day, every run. No that’s worth aiming for.

 

Essential Information

Time of Year
October, November
Days Per Week
2
Hours Per Day
45 minutes
Skiers per group
N/A
SKI PASSES
N/A
Ski Equipment
N/A
Video Analysis
N/A
OFF PISTE Safety Equipment
N/A
Helmet
N/A

Phil Smith is a world leading authority on all-mountain skiing. Phil, along with the Snoworks Team have literally helped thousands of skiers over the years transform their skiing, conquering the mountain and skiing places with confidence and control.

“Fear and misunderstanding along with fitness are the root causes of learning plateaus. Everyone can improve their skiing, potential is unlimited. The majority of skiers only tap into a fraction of their full potential. Imagine skiing terrain that you never thought possible, tackling your first black with confidence, skiing ice with ease, steeper terrain, narrow paths, crowded slopes. Imagine being able to ski all types of snow, slush and off-piste with ease. Imagine skiing in bad visibility with it hardly affecting your performance. Imagine not worrying about what other people think of you, accepting how you ski, not comparing, having the confidence to create your own journey. A dream? No, it’s all entirely possible. In this series of webinars we will literally help you to free your mind of constraints and prepare you for this coming winter with confidence. Difficult? No, easier than you could ever imagine.”
Phil Smith, Director, Snoworks Ski Courses.

This series of webinars compliment Snoworks ‘Fit For Skiing’ 8 week autumn programme

WHO ARE THE WEBINARS FOR?
Any level of skier from intermediates through to advanced and experts will benefit from listening in.

EXAMPLES OF  SUBJECTS COVERED
GO OPEN
Skiing is one of the most ‘open’ sports around yet alarmingly ski technique has it’s roots in ‘closed’ skill methodology.
CONNECT WITH THE MOUNTAIN
Snow is the reason why we ski, it’s everything. Yet surprisingly 100,000’s of skiers simply ignore this fact.
MTHYS 1
MYTHS 2
Skiing is full of myths. Most are just misunderstandings but each can have drastic affects.
LETTING GO
Fear paralyses us. It can be physical, but also the fear of failure, the fear of not improving, the fear of what others think of us can stop us from developing. Free your mind, free your skiing.
PLAYING THE GAME
Skills and drills abound ski lessons and many people think this is how you ski. It’s not! You have to play the game.
MOVING SNOW
Either the snow moves you or you move the snow. What’s it to be?
SKIING IN THE NOW
Many skiers fail to embrace the now. They are often too worried about what they did and what they are going to do.
TECHNIQUE
What is ski technique?  The three blind men? Intrigued? Listen in.
WHAT’S ON YOUR FEET?
Equipment. A bad workman blames his tools but a good workman cannot produce their best with the wrong tools.

Plus 2 special ‘open webinars’ designed around your own questions. Questions submitted in advance