Snow and water sports can give us some different experiences in a completely different environment and we believe in such a combination… high mountains, rivers and the sea. Each sport we practice has its own beauty and gives us a chance to enjoy ourselves. If we learn to love them, we will let our senses out and feel the challenges they offer.
Dynamic balance is the basis (essence) of skiing. If terrain conditions are unstable and if skiing is faster, corrective movements must be more precise and frequent. Achieving dynamic balance is reflected in the harmonious and seemingly easy movements, whereby it seems to the viewer that the effect of external forces is constant. Achieving such precision and fine sensory-motor apparatus is the most challenging skiing. Ski experts perform it spontaneously, so that it seems easy and flowing in the eye of an observer. . .
Motivation stires us to do anything and without it we are unable to be successful in any way. The importance of a good and efficient motivation and how to keep it, regardless of circumstances, becomes essential.
“Life isn’t about finding yourself, life is about creating yourself.” One of the best ways is creating yourself through sport activities. Releasing yourself in sports and physical activities we strengthen our will and recharge energy, following the today’s pace of life.
Try to enjoy yourself by being a part of magnificent nature. . .
Experienced skiers need to be at risk in order to experience satisfaction, to improve their skills and for that boost of adrenalin. However, they become better than others when they control a tough situation, consider a risk and take just as much as they can overcome. We call them skilled, advanced and professional.
In reality, senses and capability of avoiding an accident makes you an advanced and skilled skier in comparison with the others. As you notice, we could be all of that and take care of ourselves and the others at the same time. Only when a skier understands that, he/she actually becomes experienced, adrenalin dependent, but wise for always keeping safety deep in their mind. . .
Two things are important in order to comprehend wisdom in a sport field: knowledge and action. Knowledge is very important and all of us should always try to learn more. For some reason knowledge is not enough for you to overcome a specific situation. Action alone is also insufficient and after a few of unsuccessful attempts we often lose interest and give up. Experiences gained give you wisdom. When we try more, our activity makes us better prepared for some more learning and through this circle we become wiser. We don’t reach wisdom if we only take lessons or if we go take an action without knowing more about it. We may find some evidence in distinguished situations from our lives and our own experiences. . .