We do it all the time. Might be caused by weather, conditions, our body, gear, fit, whatever. When I first watched the video below, before I knew the outcome, my thought was, I hope he can compensate for that.
It also made me think, the better the expert, the better at compensating. And yes sometimes when compensating, you have to be lucky too.
For the weak of heart, I will tell you this is a bit of a roller coaster ride and when my wife watched it, she became very anxious.
Sorry. I don't know how to imbed a fb video. It isn't skiing but it is what it made me think of. OK. Everything makes me think of skiing.
I bring this up because of some of the postings I've seen lately. We have a way of making things work. I've spent the last few years "getting rid of excuses". When it comes to my skiing, aside from a few things with my body, it's pretty much on me. I can't blame my boots or skis or even the tune. My reasoning was the fewer things to compensate for, the more I could focus on pure technique.
Just something to ponder.