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About this app

All-Terrain Skiing II condenses extreme skiing pioneer Dan Egan’s 40 years of ski experience into an approachable guide to help skiers of all abilities take their skills to the next level. The app features video demonstrations and step-by-step instructions for thirty-one exercises so skiers can master their body mechanics and balance, from powder to ice and all the conditions and terrain in between. The All-Terrain Skiing II (ATS) program includes a book (also available as an ebook) and a demonstrative app. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, these resources will help you master your skiing mind, find expression in the mountains, and build your confidence. App users can purchase the book All Terrain Skiing II for more detail and description and then carry the app to the hill to practice.

Purchase the book at: https://dan-egan-shop.com/collections/books

All-Terrain Skiing II is an integrated, self-contained program for beginning, intermediate, and advanced skiers—in other words, anyone who wants to learn to ski better. Lessons are identified with international trail marking symbols: Green Circle for beginners, Blue Square for intermediate, and Black Diamond for expert. In this ATS app, drills are also categorized to help you organize your lessons for quick access. These drills help you make body alignments while in motion, which ultimately increases your efficiency of motion and allows you to ski longer and with more control. The goal is to develop a new awareness of your relationship to gravity in a variety of ski conditions; to dynamically orient and angulate your body to maximize your control and efficiency; and to achieve constant fluid motion.

Skiing is not an intellectual activity; skiing is a simple physical activity based on good body position. Keep these four principles in mind, and you’ll soon be skiing better than ever:
Good balance
Powerful stance with shoulders square to the hill
Eyes focused up or down the hill
Proper hand position

The goal of this program is for you to become aware of every aspect of your body positioning in order to expand where and how you ski the mountain. The drills are designed to take your mind off performance and focus your body energy on the task at hand. By removing the projected outcome, we can zero in on how to react in each moment to the changing situations, terrain, and conditions. This will enhance our performance overall.

Every skier should begin with Balance before progressing to Upper Body, Power, Fluidity, and then Agility. Assess your skills and your skill level, then work on mastering one set of drills at a time. Each drill, complements every other drill, building competence. Even if some of the drills seem silly or simple at first, as you practice, you’ll see how they progressively require more energy. And as your program builds, so will your confidence and the courage to try high-end maneuvers.

About Dan Egan:

Dan Egan is world-renowned for his big mountain skiing on the international stage. He has appeared in more than a dozen Warren Miller ski films and is known for traveling to the most remote regions of the world to ski. In 2001, Powder Magazine named him one of the most influential skiers of our time, and in 2016 he was inducted into the US Skiing & Snowboarding Hall of Fame. Egan guides people of all ages and abilities in all types of terrain from Big Sky, Montana to the slopes of Val D Isere, France, and beyond with his coaching company SkiClinics. For more than 30 years, Dan Egan has inspired and taught generations of skiers with his unparalleled insight, knowledge, and approach.

Website: https://www.skiclinics.com/
Instagram: @danskiegan
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DanEganSkiing
Purchase the book at: https://dan-egan-shop.com/collections/books
Updated on
Dec 15, 2022

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