Many, many adult recreational skiers are confirmed sequential turners. They may not know it. Or maybe they do and this is how they learned to turn in the first place. They may ski all over the mountain, ski many days a year, and consider themselves accomplished skiers living a skier's lifestyle. Or not.
Let's say a large number of these skiers were to commit to enough lessons in one season, with the right instructor, to successfully purge the sequential entry and all its necessary corollaries. At the end of the season they are able to reliably enter short, medium, and long radius turns simultaneously, whatever that entails. They've got the movement pattern embedded. They are aware of it. Let's also say that the details of this path to success will have been different for each and every skier. Let's assume their instructors were savvy enough to read their needs and give them what they needed to make the change.
Now that they are able to make simultaneous turn entries, how will their experience of skiing change? Can this overall change be put into terms a recreational skier would understand? Would it be a game changer for these people? Or do you find that the issue is so complex that no general statement can be made; in other words, some would find it a game changer, others would not.
Please elaborate if you like.
Edited by LiquidFeet - 10/3/13 at 6:31am