Asking advice for my eleven year old daughter. She has been skiing for two years and has become very competent with the wedge. She handles blacks and bumps with confidence and surprising speed. I think you guys call it a "power wedge". In the off season she spent a lot of time on her ice skates practicing balancing and turning on one foot. She has taken that skill to the slopes and is converting her wedge into parallel turns this year.
She does a great job of making an early weight shift a and starts the turn without an obvious push off. Her shoulders do not lead the turn, but once in the turn she allows her shoulders to follow, so there is no separation. Is this something I should try to fix or should I let her keep developing her parallel turns? I don't want to overload her, especially with so many new skills. On the other hand I don't want to underestimate her ability to progress. I've tried to get her to focus on facing down the fall line but she seems resistant to the idea; too early for her?
For context, we are recreational skiers that get about twenty five days a year. I'm not a coach, so please be patient if my terminology is inaccurate.