One Good Turn Deserves Another - Heinsian Downhill Skiing


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Ski-Teaching similar to Ranch Horse-Training. Tired of not reaching your potential as a skier or teacher? Heinsian DOWNHILL SKIING is written by a guy who's been down in the trenches with umpteen-thousand real students, while being surrounded by ski-bums masquerading as teachers. A great book for students and teachers alike. GARY HEINS is the first to offer the true definition of Comfort Zone--this book is the new yard-stick all ski lessons should be measured by. Thick and Illustrated.

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Gary Heins

Destined to be a cowboy, GARY HEINS had his dilapidated hat confiscated by age 4, which diverted him to be a skier meantime instead. As a skier, he realized he had a knack for teaching skiing. During the off-seasons from skiing, he got his hat back and started wrangling and cowboying like he'd been destined, using his skiing and teaching skills to help himself learn horsemanship. Pretty soon, with his ski-teaching and horsemanship skills, he found he had a knack for not getting kicked or bitten by all the strange dangerous women he met on the barroom dance floors. Ultimately, he's the best darn ski instructor and dance teacher you'll ever encounter--but, oh, do status-quo politics try to block him! So Gary's main books deal with Downhill Skiing and Western Swing dancing: he shows you how absolutely easy these fun activities can be, while spilling the beans on the Status-Quo that's hell-bent on dumbing down the masses and not letting the average Joes and Josephines survive and thrive. Gary's been criticized for being an egotistical arrogant guy that doesn't know a darn thing about anything, but the criticism comes only from other ski teachers or dance teachers or power-freaks who are jealous of his skills and talents and lifelong hard-works. --Gary wishes nothing but the best for umpteen-millions of ski students and dance students--his horses know this, and so do dogs and cats, and you may be one of the few discerning humans as well.

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