A Perfect Carved Turn
Before Ever Stepping
On A Slope?

The art of the turn, the very essence of snow sports, used to be something that required many lessons to get a grip on. Every instructor knows the challenges of explaining the proper movements of legs and upper body, of fighting the fear of the slope and the speed.

Today, all levels of students benefit from the ‘tamed’, simulated G-force. The identity of all physics and movements is approved by World Cup racers.

Face to Face

Standing in front of your student, you spot and correct even a slightest mistake in real time.

Train With a Mirror

No more fuss with making and re-watching hours of videos. Just put a mirror on the wall, push buttons to adjust the slope to the trainee’s level and press the remote.

Biomechanics and Technique

Students learn to use correct foot and leg movements to turn skis and link turns — from the very start.

Powerful Stats

Real-time data from the simulator helps boost improvements.

Ski and Snowboard

Skis and snowboard can be switched between each other in a couple of minutes.

Easily Accessible

A monoski platform is available for adaptive ski training and learning.

PSIA Ski Simulator Instructor Guide

1.0 – 1.5
1.0 – 1.5
Introduction to the Instructor Guide.
2.0 – 2.1
2.0 – 2.1
Development of Fundamental Skiing Skills.
2.2 – 2.3
2.2 – 2.3
Fore-aft movements. Directing pressure.
2.4-2.5
2.4-2.5
Angulation and Inclination.
4.0 – 4.3
4.0 – 4.3
Identifying Deficiencies in Existing Skills
4.4 – 4.6
4.4 – 4.6
Advanced Exercises: Edge Change with Flexion, Edge Change with Extention
4.7
4.7
Developing Endurance, Agility and Tactics.
4.8
4.8
Snow Conditions and Race Courses
5.1-5.2.
5.1-5.2.
Drills and Exercises
5.3.
5.3.
Drills and Exercises

ASSI Snowboard Simulator Instructor Guide

1.0 – 1.1
1.0 – 1.1
Warm-up and Introduction to the Fundamentals of Snowboarding
1.2
1.2
Explore Movement Patterns
2.0-2.1
2.0-2.1
Development of Fundamental Skills on the Simulator
2.2-2.3.
2.2-2.3.
Power mode. Strength Training.
4.0-4.3.
4.0-4.3.
Edge change with flexion. Power training. Developing speed.
4.4.
4.4.
Changing Conditions and Microrelief. Gates.
5.0-5.6.
5.0-5.6.
Drills & Exercises.