A collection of divergent ski techniques where the skier pushes each ski to the side and not directly backwards.
Pushing off with one ski and sliding with the other to move along a flat surface.
Pushing the snowboard with your back foot on the ground and your foot in the binding.
One foot is attached to the snowboard and you are pushing with your other foot and sliding.
The act of moving around on flat surfaces with only the front foot attached to the board by pushing with the free rear foot.
cross country technique that is similar to ice skating. The skier pushes the inside edge of the ski backward and outward at about a 45-degree angle. Skating is permitted in freestyle cross country, but not in classical.