skiing is a form of building your muscles
aerial skiing is one form of freestyle skiing. Moguls and aerials make up freestyle skiing
downhill skiing is currently the only common form of the sport
It is a verb form, but it can be a verbal noun (gerund) for the act of skiing. "Skiing is a bit hard to learn."
Telemark skiing is a form of downhill skiing with a special binding technique, only the boottoes are attached to the skies and the heels are free. When taking a turn you are able to go in a lunge position.
Different areas of skiing are developing while others are decreasing. Freeride skiing is the newest form of skiing and is growing extensively. Ski racing, however is rapidly losing interest because it is so gay.
Yaks can be ridden, there is also a form of sport where Yaks are raced, there is Yak Polo and Yak skiing, Polo and Skiing mainly for the entertainment of tourists
Potential energy is the energy of gravity.
There are two main parts of skiing which are sand skiing and snow skiing. classes include trick skiing and freestyle skiing.
yes it does because its a very good form of exercise
Water skiing, Downhill skiing, cross country skiing, freestyle skiing, ski jumping, so on.
The correct spelling is ski (on snow or water), with the gerund form skiing.
There are several types of skiing and one of them is cross-country skiing.
in water skiing you have a handle
Alpine Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Free-Style Skiing, Ski Jumping
The skiing = el esqui skiing = esquiando
you can go skiing.... snow skiing or water skiing
Chionophobia is the phobia of skiing/snow.
The difference with Heli Skiing and normal Skiing is normal skiing you have chair lifts and lift lines. Whereas Heli skiing has a helicopter that takes you from the ground right up to the top
Back country skiing is where one hikes to the crest of a hill, and alpines down. A type of skiing similar to back country skiing is telemark skiing. Back country skiing has no synonyms.
i didnt know cross country was more popular, but if it is i guess its because you dont need lifts, and also you dont need mountains, also many snowy countries like iceland, are flatter, and the population use cross country skiing as a form of transport.
No, nordic skiing is same as cross-country skiing.
yes, people can die skiing. however, many skiing deaths are caused by irresponsibility, such as not wearing a helmet or skiing recklessly.
alpine skiing in the Olympics is a race and regular alpine skiing is recreational.
*Cross country* skiing is where you are skiing on flat terrain. It's much more work than skiing down a hill.