August 31, 2007, Newsletter Issue #159: Beginner Ski Tips - Protect Yourself

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The popularity of skiing has been on the rise for a long time. With the greater ease of traveling today, more people are taking up what used to be an exclusive, seasonal activity. For beginner ski tips regarding safety, you should listen to safety concerns from those who have skied for years.

One of the most important of beginner ski tips is to wear protective gear such as a helmet when you begin. Too many people assume that snow is soft enough to absorb a fall. People who do ski know that hardpack can be worse than concrete if you fall wrong on it. To protect yourself from head injuries, you should always wear a ski helmet. Head injuries are far too common among beginner skiers. Don't let yourself contribute to this statistic.

Get a good helmet and wear it every time you hit the slopes. Helmets are not just for beginner ski levels. All skiers should wear protective helmets. This is more than a beginner ski tip; it is an essential piece of knowledge for any skier.

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