you can go skiing.... snow skiing or water skiing
in water skiing you have a handle
I think that it just depends where you are. In Colorado, I can almost guarantee that snow skiing is more popular than water skiing. If you are on the coasts or have a large mass of water in your state, and no mountains, then water skiing will be more popular than snow skiing.
they are both sports
You are on skis and that's about it. I suppose some of the balance required is the same but it's really different positioning with your center of gravity and posture. As much as surfing is like snowboarding! Watch out for the edges! Water skiing is harder than snow skiing. You need strong muscles to be able to stay up on water skis.
That depends on where you are, and whether you're talking about water skiing or snow skiing.
I'm not like a professional but I'm pretty sure water is a whole lot softer than packed snow.
Comparison:Both sports are consider extreme sports.Both sports involves gliding.Contrast:Skiing is in snow while water skiing is in water.Skiing happens during winter, or indoor parks while water skiing happens during summer
Only if the snow melts.
Maryland's sports are lacrosse,fishing,sailing,hiking,snow skiing,and water skiing.
Skiing is a water or snow sport. It uses to skis which are flat thin pieces of wood that attach to someone's foot to help them move over the surface. When water skiing the person needs to be pulled by a boat.
Chionophobia is the phobia of skiing/snow.
skiing or snow adventure
You would want to go water skiing when the weather is hot.In really cold weather you can go skiing on the snow.
It really depends where you are. Sometimes, April brings heavy snow, and skiing is fab, yet you can ski in a place where the snow is iffy, and the skiing quality will be iffy as well. If all of the snow is melted, remember that skiing will be hard !
you can go skiing anywhere in the world that has snow or artificial snow surfaces
There are two main parts of skiing which are sand skiing and snow skiing. classes include trick skiing and freestyle skiing.
Skiing instructors: they teach skiing to people when there is snow, when the snow is gone, there job is lost
No, it is not. It is a verb (to ski, on snow or water), or a noun (one of the footboards used in skiing).
Mostly for skiing, but they help de-intensify the light refracted from the snow OR water. Use them as you like.
There aren't really a lot of similarities. I love doing both and they are completely different entities. Snow skiing you have boots that click into long slender skis on each foot and most people use poles to propel themselves forward. It it obviously done on snow. Jet skiing is a water sport and it is done on a engine propelled thing, a jet ski. There is a throttle and a key to start it. Most people wear life jackets while on them. If you were talking about water skiing instead of jet skiing, then that is also a water sport and no boots or anything is required. You normally just slip your feet in. You will start off in the water and will hold onto a rope attached to a boat and then the boat will take off and you need to focus on making it out of the water and get on your feet. The only similarities there is you are using long slender skis.