My boyfriend is a skier. Although his skiing skills are good, he doesn’t know much about skiing equipment and skiing safety, I hope I can get some expert advice and suggestions so that he can be safe in the ski resort
Reply from Brenda J.
Skiing is exciting, but safety is also important. The following skiing tips can help your boyfriend understand skiing equipment and skiing safety knowledge
Choose the right ski equipment for you: Before skiing, you should wear a ski jacket, ski pants, knee pads, ski goggles, helmet, and gloves, which will not only protect you from frostbite but also provide some protection.
Practice skiing skills: You can warm up in a flat area as well as practice skiing skills to make sure you are safe on the slopes. This includes how to make emergency stops, how to prevent falls and how to protect other skiers.
Familiarize yourself with the ski area: You should familiarize yourself with the ski area before skiing and learn about the different areas of the ski area, especially the dangerous areas.
Follow the rules: During the skiing process, you should follow all the rules and signs of the ski resort, especially in the speed limit and undulating path not to pass others at will and not to cross the ski slope at will.
Call for help on time: In case of injury, fracture and other emergencies, be the first to notify the rescue team