How to ski on the slopes without breaking your legs
The Olympic games have a long tradition of athletes wearing their sportscars for the entire duration of the event.
It’s a bit of a tradition that has continued even after the games have ended.
Here are the five most important steps to take during the games, whether you’re competing for the first time or you’re the first person to attempt the world’s biggest ski jump: 1.
Get your snow shoes wet.
You should always get your boots wet before you go skydiving.
Wear the proper gloves.
Don’t skydive on a rope or snowbank.
Don.t. touch your toes.
Wear a helmet.
The most important thing to remember during the Olympics is to have a helmet and a safety harness.
You can find a great ski guide at this link.
You can also watch a video of the first world championships of skydives here.
This article originally appeared at The American Conservatives.
Republished with permission.