Whether it be groomers, the trees, or moguls, I always get tired very quickly due to my thighs burning. I had always though it was because I had my weight too far back, but after looking at the direction my feet naturally point I think I finally get it.
The white skis are mine and the picture was taken with legs dangling at rest from a lift. Notice how my skis point SO far opposite of each other compared to everyone else at rest. Everyone else is more or less parallel. I'm FAR from it.
I did a test and put my skis parallel, and sure enough, I have to flex my thighs in order to get it to stay parallel. If I held the parallel position my thighs would quickly get tired. Just from sitting on the lift!
Now this also explains why the back of my skis seem to clank together.
So with all the skiing that I do I keep my skis parallel, which just in itself tires out my thighs. No wonder I have a hard time skiing for the same amount of time as other people, whose feet are naturally pointing parallel at rest.
Anyone know what I can do about this issue?
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