• 23Dec

    The portability of a ski simulator makes it ideal for practicing the art before actually putting on a pair of skis.  The ski simulator introduces a novice to the sport of skiing; however, it also helps an experienced skier improve his or her skills. This equipment operates indoors or outdoors. The portability makes it possible to train during any season of the year. Being able to train off-season using this training equipment is important for a professional as well as a beginning skiing enthusiast.

    Improving control, balance and strength is important to actual performance on the skis. The user accomplishes this by actually doing lessons and training drills on the ski simulator. The ski simulator duplicates actual movements made on a ski slope. The PRO ski simulator is a machine that offers the best carving simulation possible in a training environment. The user gets real world practice in movements required to perform successfully on a pair of skis. It is a ski exercise machine that improves reflexes, endurance, coordination and balance.

    Practice on a ski machine makes the movements required by the elbows, knees and entire body appear easier to perform on the snow. The skier develops his or her confidence to perform on an actual pair of skis. With this increased confidence comes an increase in safety and a lower incidence of accidents on the ski slopes. The PRO ski simulator is actually programmable to simulate a steeper or gentler ski slope. Get your own HERE! This creates a realistic ski environment in the home, gym or outside on the lawn. Approximately 500 movements or ski turns can be performed on a high quality ski simulator. This duplicates three-5-ski slope descents in a non-threatening environment. The use of a ski simulator for performing ski movements and balance exercises prevents injuries and sharpens your senses.


  • 28Sep

    Indoor skiingEven if the skiing season is over, you can still enjoy skiing even in the off-season. Indoor skiing has become very popular during summer when “normal” skiing is not possible and also in countries, where the climate does not allow people to enjoy this more and more popular sport. Here are some resorts that offer indoor skiing and are becoming popular with every off-season.

    SNO!Zone – United Kingdom

    SNO!Zone is an indoor skiing dome chain in the UK. It  has three venues: Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire, Castleford in West Yorkshire, and Braehead in Glasgow. All these venues are opened all year long and together they create more than 1500 tons of snow daily.

    The SNO!Zones are located within XSCAPE which is an entertainment destination that includes rock climbing, mini-golf, bowling, indoor sky diving, skate park, and a movie theatre. So you can be sure that even if you get tired of indoor skiing, there will still be plenty of other things to do.

    Snow Planet – Auckland, New Zealand

    Snow Planet is New Zealand’s only indoor skiing resort. The 200m long slope is located just north ofAuckland and features two pommel lifts and snow is produced weekly at 23 degrees Fahrenheit. The Snow Planet offers program called the “Chillybin Club,” after school ski and snowboarding lessons for children ages 3 and up.

    Shanghai Snow Centre – Shanghai, China

    The Yiqixing Indoor Skiing Center includes a 380m slope that is 80m wide and this makes it one of the largest indoor slopes in the world. If indoor skiing is not enough, the Indoor Skiing Center also includes a very large entertainment area withhot springs, restaurants, swimming pools, saunas, and a VIP lounge.

    Another version of indoor skiing: http://www.ski-simulator.com/