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Learn to ski at Dukes Meadows new Skiplex

Learn to ski at Dukes Meadows new Skiplex

(1:25) Don't lose precious holiday time learning to ski, learn in London. Dukes Meadows golf and tennis complex have added skiing to their range of facilities. www.dukesmeadows.com

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BoreMeEditor BoreMeEditor (1560 days ago)
Much better than Dubai's approach to skiing where there's no snow. LINK
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Much better than Dubai's approach to skiing where there's no snow. LINK
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Guest: Richard (1559 days ago)
How do you handle dynamic balancing though? When turning, you lean into the turn (against the edges of the skis); this is balanced by the centripetal acceleration provided by the fact you are moving in a circle around the center of the turn.
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How do you handle dynamic balancing though? When turning, you lean into the turn (against the edges of the skis); this is balanced by the centripetal acceleration provided by the fact you are moving in a circle around the center of the turn.
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Guest: (1558 days ago)
Latest comment: Those principles still apply even if your relative motion with the room for example is zero. You could also ride a bike on that surface just as you would down the street. It's difficult to explain but essentially the only difference between this and the real thing is the relative motion of you and your surroundings which is pretty much linear.
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Latest comment: Those principles still apply even if your relative motion with the room for example is zero. You could also ride a bike on that surface just as you would down the street. It's difficult to explain but essentially the only difference between this and the real thing is the relative motion of you and your surroundings which is pretty much linear.
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