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jdfreeski2Let them do what feature they want just teach them how first.
kalle.don't make it a cheap way to ski yourself. you need to be all in and have fun with the kids, those kids will notice if your not passionate about doing it.
as a coach, i love to see the kids get stoked on just skiing, even more than i am.
Kim_Jong-IllestTry to adjust the level of the lesson for every kid. Some will want to try everything while others will be more conservative. Same goes for progression, some kid will learn super fast while others will have more trouble. SO keep that in mind while planning your lesson. I also like to use my phone to film the kid and show them what they did wrong because they can see it rather then you trying to explain it to them. Other then that good luck man, it's extremely fun and rewarding when your kids learn something new and are stoked about it.
DeebieSkeebiesGood advice in here, thanks. If I do get the gig, my main two focuses will be fun and freedom. Letting the kids ski what they want but also being there to show them how to, and also making sure they're having fun.