Tip Links

Rusty scours the net for tips. Since there were not a lot, here are Rusty's tips for skiers, ski instructors and tipping instructors.  

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Snowboard Tips

Ski Tips

Cynthia's snowboarding tips
Ifyouski's beginner snowboarding tips are mostly lame, but Rusty does like the front foot emphasis.
Misc Tips
The best stuff for teaching small kids is Kid-Ski from Applerise.

Ski hoop - looks like another good idea for kids under 5.

Ski like a woman has a directory of women's specific programs at resorts throughout the world.
Can inline skating help your skiing?
Check out the links to airline baggage policies (but note that the weight limit is now 50 pounds not 70)
Ski magazine has their tips online
Rusty has some shaped ski tips for people who are returning to the sport.
Snowlink has a good tips pages for beginners and more experienced skiers. WinterFeelsGood has some more tips for beginners and some tips on how to choose an instructor.
Eric Des Laurier has some expert tips on All Mountain Ski Pros.
The Canadian Ski Instructor Association has some pro tips.
AMSAO (the Italian Ski Instructors) has some great video clips. Click on flash or media player to get the list. The audio is in Italian, but you can learn a lot from the visuals.
SkiNet's tips for fitness - back stretches!
Rusty likes Lito Tejada-Flores "breakthrough" series.
Lesson Links
Taos has some tips from Deb Armstrong and some video tips too!
Rob Butler's tips - these are good and have animated gifs
Dan Egan has tips on his skiclinics site that sells his clinics.
Ski Now has tips for first timers and eclectic collection of learn to ski articles from a tahoe based instructor perspective.
Harb Ski Systems - Harold Harb is controversial , but check out the ski tips anyway. The online lesson is recommended by Rusty.
Prof De Ski is another "competitive" teaching approach from Canada. It's well "packaged" and hyped, and will work for some people, but The Rusty is skeptical when the sales pitch denigrates competitors and there is little "meat" to be obtained without paying $$$. 
Wouldn't you know - there's a web site called skitips.com, but the tips are just mediocre.
Water balloon tip to improve edging - imagine skiing while holding a water balloon in between your knees. Don't break the balloon.
Ski Bum's tip
A Mammoth powder tip.
Kristen's tips for wanna be advanced skiers
Articles from ski magazine archives: Powder principles - the 6 lawsLaw 5 - pressure.
Tree skiing tips (new)
"You can ski" has Austrian race coaching tips that can help any advanced skier. Here are some of their carving tips.
Try shapeski.com for tips on shaped skis. 
The Weather Channel will have a Private Lessons segment. Skinet has a Private Lessons page that is hard to figure out (click the level buttons in the red bar at the top of the page) and Rusty is not real found of those tips anyway. More Skinet instruction stuff.
Craig McNeil has a 6 step program for skiers. He's also got informative articles on his site.
Here's an ok description of inclination as seen in the context of racer's turns.
If you ski has some good tips with video from Warren Smith.
Ant's a nice Aussie lady from Epic Ski - she's got some simple tips and info about skiing in the land of oz (that would be Australia).
The pedal hop turn for really steep slopes. Another pedal hop turn tip.
Mogul logic offers camps and has some online video lessons for bumps too!
Canadian ski instructors have some tips.
Lydia and Chuck Roberts teach at Wilmot in Wisconsin. They have some tips for skiers and riders.
Ski Enthusiast has a well rounded tip list
For advanced skiers, this site advises you how to ski skeletally.
Banking too much? Try these exercises.
Vail/BC ski schools has some nice demo footage of stuff from wedge turns to high level bump skiing.
EHow has collaborative pages for how to ski moguls, trees, powder and general skiing tips (which suck so bad I won't link them).
Deb Armstrong has some tips on the Taos site.
Skitelevision has a lot of tips from Canadian Pro Rob Butler (click on personal performance tips on the left).
Bumpsforboomers teaches bumps and powder skiing exclusively to boomers, but Rusty says their strategies make sense for any intermediate skier. Or try this mogul skiing guide.