Hi, I'm 15 and I started carving over a year ago. I learned mostly from imitation of my friends who are racers and the like and have not received any real instruction besides videos that I watch on the subject. Over the months I've improved with this technique considerably (and people tell me that it 'looks' great) but I have this very bad habit of putting too much weight on the inside ski which I've read is bad.
When I carve it feels and looks very smooth and putting most of my weight on the inside ski (the one the farthest up the hill) feels more natural for me. I just worry that if I am to ever partake in any sort of heli-skiing to tougher slopes when I'm older that this bad habit will bite me in the ass.
So I'm just wondering if there are any excersises/tips that I can practice on the slopes to help me over this issue. If you can try not to be too technical because I'm very new to all of the terms etc.
Thanks for any advice that you guys can provide!