HAND-Z-BAR Kids Downhill Ski Trainer to Learn Beginner Alpine Skiing by GeoSpace

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Kids now have an easy, safe way to learn to ski with fewer scary falls or crashes. This is thanks to the Hand-Z-Bar, a teaching aid designed to help beginner skiers keep their hands out in front of their bodies, and always directed downhill - the most important part of staying balanced on skis. The Hand-Z-Bar also helps to train the skier to maintain the correct upper body orientation when moving and turning on the snow. With the lightweight Hand-Z-Bar, you can teach children the correct body position from their very first day on skis!

Most ski instructors agree the it is best to start children skiing without using ski poles. Poles can be unsafe and confusing for small children while they are just learning. Of course, ski poles will eventually be necessary for skiing, and can be introduced to the child after their balance and control are adequately developed.

Suitable for Ages 3 and up.
Features : A teaching aid to help beginner skiers learn correct body positioning to stay balanced & upright. *Safer & easier than ski poles for learners, Hand-Z-Bar teaches proper alignment that assist eventual introduction of poles. *Designed and tested by certified ski instructors. For Ages 3 and up. *A child s grip on the bar discourages arm flailing; keeps the hands forward & correctly separated. *Its key purpose is to help beginner and novice skiers keep their hands out in front of their bodies - the most important part of a skier s stance.
Color : green or pink
Size :
Product dimensions : 1.5x23.5x1.5 inches
Product weight : 0.05 pounds

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