Unfortunately, we ran in to some printing troubles with the current issue of Waterski, so a few magazines missed out on a page, but here it is.
You’ve probably noticed that waterskiing is a passion that can be rewarding or frustrating, in equal measures. Any sport that relies on motors, equipment, physical skill and good conditions is bound to throw up obstacles along the way.
We have decided to touch base with Australia’s top waterskiers to get some secrets on how they ease back into the season to eliminate the humiliation on the water and to ease the pain of the next day.
Now that we are coming into another summer, it’s time to wake the boat from its winter slumber and get it ready for a trouble-free season.
The boys up at Brett Sands Ski School have been around the block, and back. They’ve seen it all over the years, and know there are many little tricks to avoiding the pitfalls and keeping you on the water this summer.
Slalom ski technology continues to develop, with new ideas and techniques on what makes a great ski. To help you out this summer, we look at the major factors that alter a ski’s behavior.
The health and fitness industry is full of hundreds of old wives tales, anecdotal accounts and just plain odd stories on how to get fit or overcome injury. Here is a summary of five of the best that we can bust for you to get you on the right track for this season.
Check out some cheap, easy and simple tricks and tips that will help make your time on the water more fun.