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Double Poling

Double Poling

Double poling is a technique used in cross country skiing where the skier uses two poles simultaneously to propel themselves forward. The poles are planted alternately on either side of the body and the arms are used to drive the poles forward. This technique is used...

What’s the Difference Between v1 and v2 Skate Ski Technique?

V1 and V2 are different techniques used in cross-country skiing, specifically in the skate skiing style. V1 is a diagonal technique, where the skier pushes off with one ski while the other ski glides forward. The skier then alternates the pushing leg with each stride....
Tip: Waxing Cross Country Skis

Tip: Waxing Cross Country Skis

Here are some tips on waxing cross country skis: Start by cleaning the skis thoroughly, removing any dirt or debris with a ski brush or scraper. Select the appropriate wax for the current snow conditions. Warmer temperatures and wetter snow typically call for a...