well I agree with keep turning.
you do not need to learn to unweight anything to make short linked turn, but unweighting can help you pivot entry which in bumps is sometimes helpful while skiing terrain like you describe. You really should learn to
carving big wide takes tons of energy and commitment. Most people carving turns on groomers are not actually bending the ski or making smaller arc than ski radius.
I do not think there are right and wrong ways to ski anywhere including bumps. Even Nail my only issue with him is that he thinks his way is the only way and really has no idea how to convey technique. He is skiing pretty efficiently and smooth though the bumps.
If someone wants to get better at bumps the reality is they are going to ski tons of them and hopefully find someone who can help them, who truly understands what is going in with this sport. You are right they are not going to whine at all.
??? I can, smart guy. The topic is moguls, not short linked turns. There's a place for everything, but you'd never know it reading about technique here or watching what so many poeple do. The point is that there are so many out there that CAN'T unweight when needed, and WON'T commit.
Yes, skiing tons of them is the key. It won't be fun at first. You seem to be a Stowe guy. I'd take somebody down Chin Clip repeatedly on a warm day on spring corn. The bumps are soft,
and forgiving, it's not crazy steep and it discourages sweeping high speed carves. The bumps provide positive encouragement to linking turns by whatever means. Keep doing that and the rest will come.