Download Cross-country skiing technique apk 1.0.3 free for Android smartphone

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Cross-country skiing technique

Posted by Bundesamt für Sport BASPO in Sports | Dec. 18, 2014 | 4 Comments

Apk file size: 409.0 MB

The cross-country skiing techniques app offers a comprehensive insight into current techniques in the sport. Members of the Swiss national team demonstrate all the steps in both the classic and the skating style.

The app is intended especially for team leaders and trainers but also for ambitious skiiers who would like to improve their technique. Short videos show how to execute the individual steps correctly from several different perspectives - in real time, slow motion and with diagrams. In order to study individual movement sequences in greater detail, it is possible to move the pictures both forwards and backwards individually.

Still pictures with explanatory texts illustrate the crucial phases of the movement and help users improve their technique so as to ski more efficiently.

Once the app has been downloaded, the videos can be played without an Internet connection. Thanks to its functional design, the app can be used directly on the ski trail.

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Bundesamt für Sport BASPO part of our Sports and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Dec. 18, 2014. Google play rating is 84.6809. Current verison is 1.0.3. Actual size 409.0 MB.

Download cross-country-skiing-technique.apk 409.0 MB


Adrian Blake

Exceptionally useful. A great teaching aid.

W. James MacLean

Excellent: teaching cross-country ski technique for beginners to experts! I'm fairly new to this app, but it's still easy to write a review. The app primarily consists of videos of world-class skiers demonstrating proper technique for both classic and skate skiing. The videos are annotated with coloured lines to demonstrate body alignment & weight-shift, and colour coded to break each technique into three categories (positioning - green, act - red, stabilize - yellow). [At my simple ability level I would call these, in order, 'glide', 'kick' and 'weight transfer']. The videos show the techniques being done both at full-speed, as well as in slow motion, and you can pause the video and step frame-at-a-time forward and backwards to study in detail the exact sequencing of the component actions. I find this app makes it *very easy* to visual how proper technique works for a variety of techniques (skate: offset, two-skate, one-skate, free-skate, diagonal skate; classic: diagonal stride, double poling, one-step, herringbone, step-turn, changing track; downhill: snowplough, stem turn, parallel turn, telemark turn, tuck; performance: video from actual races using both classic & skate technique). At $4.99, this app seems like excellent value.

Jim Graham

This is a beautiful, simple app for showing developing skiers what great technique looks like, with videos from several angles as well as slow-motion action that helps you to see -- and to almost feel -- the little nuances of skiing with efficiency and speed. I help coach young Nordic skiers up to age 13, and this is a nice, easy tool to share quick videos of specific techniques when you're out on the trail or taking a break. The videos give me good reminders, too -- and find me looking forward to winter.

Ewen martin

British association of snowsport instructors The best I have seen.

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