Articles by: Marc Liebman

A ski class practicing kick turns at Peckett's-on-Sugar Hill, 1930s, where, for the first time, Americans could take lessons with skilled Austrian.
Credit: Concord Monitor

When Should A Senior Skier Take A Lesson?

Five Good Reasons To Join A Class. [Editor Note: In a SeniorsSkiing.com Survey, 30 percent of respondents revealed they took a lesson sometime during the season. Why? Correspondent Marc Liebman  found out five core reasons lessons might be a good idea.] Back in the days when I was on the staff of Ski Magazine responsible for all its ski equipment[Read More…]

by January 17, 2018 6 comments Features
This can happen.  If it does, you'll be glad you have the "Box."

The Box In The Back

When You Need “The Box” For Survival, You Really Need It. Most people think driving to a ski area is a routine trip. Before they leave, they check and recheck what they think are the most important items—ski equipment. That’s not the only “equipment” you should bring. Back in the good old days when the back seats of our all[Read More…]

by January 11, 2018 2 comments Features
Marc,71, left, and brother Scott, 61 at top of Snowbird Tram

Three Lessons Learned From 157,906 Vertical Feet In Six Days

No, This Is Not Bragging. My brother and I have proof through an app we used to track our movements. More important than the great early March skiing at Snowbird, Solitude, Park City and Deer Valley, were three takeaways that should interest senior skiers… Lesson #1. We found lift ticket bargains in two flavors – military discounts and over 70.[Read More…]

by March 21, 2017 4 comments Other News
Marc Liebman recommends elliptical training for senior skiers.

Adapting your workout to your age.

Stamina, skiing and senior skiers. Have you noticed that the older you get, you have to work out harder to maintain an ever-decreasing level of conditioning?  Yeah, yeah, yeah…  I know all the reasons but the reality is vigorous work-outs just delay the inevitable.  As we get older our: Bodies aren’t as flexible; Bones are more brittle; Muscles don’t recover[Read More…]

by March 8, 2017 7 comments Conditioning
From Level 30-Level 71: A Skier’s Journey Through Time

From Level 30-Level 71: A Skier’s Journey Through Time

How “Moving Up The Levels” Kept Changing This Skier’s Style. Kids and millennials often brag about getting to level 4 or 5 on a video game. To relate, I tell them I’m level 71 as in seventy-one years old. What I ski and how I ski has changed as I’ve moved up levels. For the record, I’m a former ski[Read More…]

by January 30, 2017 5 comments Features

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