Project Kitz brings together 3 of the worlds best Technical Skiers who are individually recognised for their expertise in the ski industry: JF Beaulieu (Canada), Paul Lorenz (Australia) and Reilly McGlashan (Australia). In this film each of these prolific skiers discuss their thoughts and objectives when performing short and long turns. They also include exercises that have assisted with their development. Project Kitz offers 12 exercises to improve the advanced skier's short and long turns with some cutting edge skiing concepts and a lot of great skiing imagery!
This exciting ski instructional video is shot on location atop the breathtaking Kitzsteinhorn Glacier in Austria. ProjectKitz inspires skiers all over the world with video purchases in over 44 different countries worldwide. Here is what some them have to say:
"Awesome! Already looking forward to the next one!"
This is the best of the best video that everyone should have. Guys I hope you sell a million of them!!:)
"I just want to add that this video is excellent. The choice and variety of shots, the editing, the music, the story it tells, etc. I could go on and on but I will keep it brief. In short, the hot days of summer at Whistler will pass a little easier knowing that I can at any time chill out with a cool one in hand watching this video. Thanks!"
"You guys have hit it out of the park. Great production values and a format that allows me to triangulate and relate to the movements you are doing. My dry land inline skate training has improved tremendously as a result. Looking forward to the next video in the series."
Inspirational skiing guys! I especially appreciated the well demonstrated exercises and each skier’s personal thoughts on what they are working on and how they approach their skiing and turn shapes - this facet was the highlight of the video for me.
"I love this video. It provides great insight into the ski sensations and motions you're all monitoring whilst performing short and long turns. I’ll certainly be trying those drills next time I ski. It would be great if you could produce a sequel (as has been suggested in an earlier comment), for mogul/bump skiing."