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6/27/2016 10:43:12 PM

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6/27/2016 10:13:53 PM

this year over the brinderbella mountains is very cool air with flat low cloud creeping over the highest peeks and the last time the weather did this was in the early 1990's when we had 14 days of snow in canberra never seen before and what a dump for the ski resorts so just may be we are due for it again ..skeatesy

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6/27/2016 10:07:41 PM

Telemark Lessons- the seven flaws part 1
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Get all the FLAWS. Subscribe at http://absolutetelemark.com/now
You will have a three part video where I present all the Flaws.
This is the best way to learn telemark.
I have always love to teach how to telemark in an unorderly fashion. There is so many ways to telemark. This is why telemark skiing is so unique. The 7 Flaws respect that identity and brings every teleamark skier on the good path by solving their main Flaw.
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Chris Skeates
Chris Skeates1 second ago
i call your system traction control .. rene
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Chris Skeates
Chris Skeates1 second ago
if you are unweighting the back foot we should then be asking if you are up unweighting or down unweighting ..
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Chris Skeates
Chris Skeates1 second ago
you have revolutionised skiing
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Mikkel Nielsen
Mikkel Nielsen6 months ago
Fantastic explained! Any chance you will make flaws part 2-7 as well?
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absolutetelemark
absolutetelemark6 months ago
+Mikkel Nielsen Thank.
You can subscribe at http://absolutetelemark.com/now
You will have a three part video where I present all the Flaws
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Boola Bear
Boola Bear3 months ago
Watch out for those trees.
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Belial
Belial2 months ago
great skiing, great explanation. keep up the good work!
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Eystein Askevold
Eystein Askevold5 months ago
Thank you for making these :).
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absolutetelemark
absolutetelemark5 months ago
+Eystein Askevold My pleasure. Hope it helps
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Pond Hockey
Pond Hockey3 months ago
You should probably modify your description of flaw #1: it is NOT moving the non lead foot back, it is in UNWEIGHTING the rear foot!
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Chris Skeates
Chris Skeates1 second ago
maybe.. but his scissors dose traction control so you dont speed up so its not divergent the first time ever any one has captured this ..
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Chris Skeates
Chris Skeates1 second ago
but there is up unweighting and down unweighting so this defines it all a bit further by asking are you going to up unweight the rear foot or down unweight the back foot not too dificult to understand and put into practice ..well done rene
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stefanr00
stefanr004 months ago (edited)
2:35: '...Backleg is unweighted...' Asside from about 10% or so the backleg is supposed to be unweighted right?

I think I am scissoring: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23G22gjBpTQ
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absolutetelemark
absolutetelemark4 months ago
+stefanr00 Hi Stephan, great skiing. Very good rhythm. Your stance is a bit too spread to have the proper weight on your back ski. This is not too hard to solve. Try this exercise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1CeGkLCYPo
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stefanr00
stefanr004 months ago
Hi! Thanks for the advice. I barely have any weight on the back ski because that is how I learned to telemark. I think this is easier for beginners? I will practise with your exercises. Thanks a lot!
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Thomas Farrell
Thomas Farrell5 months ago
is this filmed at cannon mtn ?
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Tim Coleman
Tim Coleman1 year ago
I just love watching good skiers and trying to think what I do in that situation. I've definitely become more proficient and confident as I now can attack broken crud and mogully terrain. I think its because I'm a lot fitter, a lot more balanced and relaxed as I read the terrain. I've still got a long way to go but enjoying the learning curve.
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Timothy Kaufman
Timothy Kaufman4 months ago
Thank you for the viedo! I have been telemarking on easy runs for the past year, but have a lot of trouble with anything more advanced. I believe some of my problems stem from me moving my back leg back to get that strong pivot. Can't wait to try out these suggested exercises and improve my technique. Thank you.
ps- Is this Mount Saint Anne or Le Massif?
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absolutetelemark
absolutetelemark3 months ago
+Timothy Kaufman Awesome. Glad you liked it
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Andrew Hood
Andrew Hood2 years ago
Great video Rene, I always learn something watching your videos. It looks like some of the demonstrations have the lead change taking place before coming across the fall line. I have always tried to come across the fall line before lead changing. Delayed lead changing is a great drill for this. For me, thinking moving the front ski back seems to result in a quicker lead change in the bumps, but I'm going to use your technique next time I'm out.
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Susan McLean Woodburn
Susan McLean Woodburn2 years ago
Excellent..Thank you!
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andy withers
andy withers1 year ago
Spooky. Published on my birthday which was the first time I tried telemarking.... Had some lessons... loved it. Just about to buy some NTN tele gear. Hopefully it snows soon here in Switzerland. Thanks for an instructive video. 
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absolutetelemark
absolutetelemark6 months ago
+andy withers That's is so cool Keep It up
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christopher phillip skeates
christopher phillip skeates1 year ago
seems to me beginners can use your 'scissor technique' to go straight down the hill in any snow ..and dont need the brain washing we are used to ..not useing turning as the main theme we are used to .. and let the turning become the advanced learning later with a natural up and down unwaiting ..so you are qualified under your school with being tarnished by ..bygone era tyechniques that let no where .. skeatesy
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PeteGiuliani
PeteGiuliani1 year ago
You are on the right track with recommending skiers use a scissoring movement to create lead change. Regardless of whether a skier pulls the lead foot back, slides the trailing foot forward, or uses a scissoring of the feet to create lead change, what really matters is 1) that the feet move through successive lead changes in a progressive , flowing, rhythmic manner and 2) that the skier is in dynamic (energetic), stacked balance when the feet pass each other. Which lead change movement a skier uses is based on the skier's intention, the terrain, and the snow conditions. Great skiing allows a skier to use a variety of techniques to accomplish the task at hand including retracting the lead ski, extending the trailing ski, and scissoring the feet to create lead change. All are valid approaches, so it's a disservice to skiers to teach them that they should not use one particular movement. Better to focus on the positive movements that great skiers use than focus on the perceived "flaws" of less experienced skiers. 
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absolutetelemark
absolutetelemark6 months ago
+PeteGiuliani Great comment. Thanks
What are the positive movement you would recommand?
Cheers
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PeteGiuliani
PeteGiuliani6 months ago
Thanks for asking. Try stepping, shuffling, hopping, gliding in various conditions and terrain. Learn the fundamentals of classic xc and skate, then apply them to the telemark turn , i.e. striding, retraction or scissoring initiation. Experiment with different turn shapes, sizes and intensities and encourage progressive guided movements, but also teach to the extremes such as stem telemarks, all to develop versatility...

https://www.facebook.com/Pete-Giuliani-Telemark-and-Alpine-Ski-Coach-1533176226907468/
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prefontainesi
prefontainesi2 years ago
Merci beaucoup pour le bon clip. Great skiing. Ren?, have you tried NTN bindings? I need new equipment, and am considering NTN, but have never tried it.... I ski a similar style as you in the moguls, I get low, I am responsive and quick skier... do you, or anyone else know if NTN allows for this style?? Thank you.
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christopher phillip skeates
christopher phillip skeates2 years ago
sorry to spam but you have revolutionised skiing .. down hill skiing is a lie about to be exterminated because it dose not give you any starting influence to get into a turn and since snow powing and the terlemarking we used to do are good beginners emergency turns we needed an entry point into doing upunweighting and down unweighting direction chance by momentry weightlessness so there no such thing as a turn it is realy getting your skiis of the snow and swing your skiis to the next direction you want to go which no skiing technique up to your sissos tecnique now so all skiing up to now has been a lie telemark or downhill do not give you an entry action which you have ..believe me they will hate you for doing this as skiing is now changed for good ..thany you ..skeatesy
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nemozny2
nemozny22 years ago
I want more! More flaws!
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absolutetelemark
absolutetelemark6 months ago
+nemozny2
same answer... pls subscribe at http://absolutetelemark.com/now You will have a three part video where I present all the Flaws
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christopher phillip skeates
christopher phillip skeates2 years ago
thats why i speed up and had to stop telemarking and go back to downhill but now your video has chalenged me to do it again but as your say no back foot .. skeatesy
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absolutetelemark
absolutetelemark6 months ago
+christopher phillip skeates This is awesome. Telemark is a feeling. Once you're hooked, it's hard to go back
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John Barbadoro
John Barbadoro2 years ago
Great video. Any more flaws? I'd love to see the rest of this series.
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absolutetelemark
absolutetelemark6 months ago
+John Barbadoro
You can subscribe at http://absolutetelemark.com/now
You will have a three part video where I present all the Flaws
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mbrunnme
mbrunnme2 years ago
Awesome video, great skiing, and great location (Le Massif?) Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Longer more comprehensive videos are awesome for those of us who want to learn by being more analytical of our skiing. Thanks!
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absolutetelemark
absolutetelemark1 year ago
Yes at Le Massif,
that's awesome
You can check the other flaws by subscribing here: http://absolutetelemark.com/now
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