Talking from morning to night about sex has helped my skiing, because I talk about movement, about looking good, about taking risks.
That feeling is the same whether you’re on either side of the hundredths. Obviously, it’s great to win the world championship, but if you put down that kind of skiing, it’s awesome either way.
There are many skiers who have chosen tele for a more compact, streamlined skiing system.
We can’t control what the ratings will be. It’s like, if you’re going to go skiing, do you hope you’ll have a good day of skiing? Yes. Do you hope you won’t break your leg? Yes.
David Hyde Pierce
When I started to sing, my mother would have me engaged to perform at the Women’s Christian Temperance Union national or annual meetings. I would hate doing this because I wanted to play baseball or go off skiing.
You have to be aware. Like, I’m not going to do any downhill skiing. It looks like a whole lot of fun, but I’m not going to risk breaking a leg. I want to be dancing the way I’m dancing now for 30 more years.
Allow me a bit of philosophy here… We started tele skiing as a rebellion against rules.
But there was no question in my mind that I was gonna still go for it. I was still going for the win. I wasn’t skiing for second or third place today, and in the end I think that’s probably what got me there.
Challenging snow is one of my favorite kinds of skiing, and I like being able to switch techniques at liberty.
Cross country skiing is great if you live in a small country.
For me, skiing is a physical necessity. I have a need for risk.
I don’t know if it’s just me or everyone, but the whole vibe with skiing is not so much thriving on competition against others as it is against myself and the clock.
I don’t like bungee jumping, but I do like skiing.
I enjoy tennis, though don’t play very often nowadays, and skiing… oh yes and swimming.
I have a project at HBO and one at the Family Channel coming that are being looked at. Aside from that I am not doing much more than playing golf and some skiing.
I learned easily and had time to follow my inclination for sports (light athletics and skiing) and chemistry, which I taught myself by reading all textbooks I could get.
I’d be nervous about skiing, wondering what I’d do if I felt shaky on top of a mountain; but other diabetics do ski, so there’s no reason I couldn’t.
I’m looking forward to free skiing the most. Just groomers, big wide groomers making nice big turns.