• Balance

    When something is in balance, than something is stable. An object is stable as long as the force of gravity falls within the support area. If the force of gravity ends up outside of the object's support area, the object will tip over. (Assuming the object is stationary).

    The lower the center of gravity and the greater the support area, the more stable is the object. When you ski, you can regulate your balance forwards - backwards, side - side and upwards - downwards. To obtain a good balance you need to find a base position where you have optimal readiness to move. Balance always equals movement. Fully straightened joints make you stiff and immobile, leading to loss of balance. Always strive for a relaxed enough tension level throughout your body and sligthly bent joints in your ankles, knees, hips, back and arms