August 17, 2007, Newsletter Issue #157: Beginner Ski Tips - Bundle Up, It's Cold Out There

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Most people who try skiing and choose not to make a life's hobby out of it have strong reasons for there decision. Among the most common reasons are due to discomfort. Many beginner skiers do not properly take into account the change in weather that they will experience when atop a mountain on a slope.

For an important beginner ski tip, read these ways that you can keep the temperature from keeping off the slopes. Essential parts to taking the weather into account are the same as if you were not swiftly moving down a hill on two skis. Dress warmly by wearing multiple layers of clothing, including gloves. Ski gloves are warm, but there are also liner gloves that can keep your hands even warmer when layered inside of ski gloves. You can find other beginner ski tips regarding gloves here at LifeTips. Protect your face. A bad windburn can keep many beginners from ever getting back on the slope. Wear good goggles to protect your eyes from the wind and a hooded jacket to protect the rest of your head. A wool lined hood is the best solution that I have found to staying warm on top.

Don't be pushed away from such a great sport because you didn't listen to these beginner ski tips about staying warm. Comfort is important on the slopes, so bundle up and you will get far more pleasure from your experience.

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