just been out to ski on the glacier in Tignes for a few days as part of a road trip through europe, for the 1st time ive actually got some footage of myself skiing and i was quite shocked,
so i'm after your in put please, i can clearly see a few things wrong but will wait untill you pro's have pointed out ins and outs till i comment myself
rossymcg, Watching your video, two things jump out at me. First, this is not skiing that can be evaluated very well because, well.... it isn't really skiing but more of a task or exercise you are demonstrating. You are merely locking the ski on an edge and riding it wherever it wants to take you. I hardly classify this as skiing. I mean absolutely no offense by this just that I would rather see you making some real turns in a variety of turn shapes that you choose rather than trying to railroad track turns.
Secondly, your A framing is likely caused more by alignment issues than technique issues. I would suggest having your lateral alignment parameters assessed and corrected before focusing on the technique side of A frame issues. Many skiers tend to ignore this very important part of skiing but proper alignment can change your world instantly.
Best wishes in reaching your skiing goals!