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Posted: October 09, 2013

BANKING ON OUR BIGGEST ASSet

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A while ago, I promised myself to one day write an article on the important role our buttocks play while downhill skiing. From time to time, I hear fellow ski instructors say something like, “Don’t turn with your butt ‘cause it makes you rotate!” In this article I'd like to counter that. While I acknowledge that hip rotation is not effective, biomechanically we DO need our butt to make good ski turns! 
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Article written by: Majorie Lauzon
Copyright 2013

Posted: October 09, 2013 In: Flexibility Training, Injury Prevention, Skiing, Strength Training

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