First time poster.
Took up skiing last year after boarding my whole life (now 41 - easier to chase the kids around on skis. And I'm getting to old to deal with strapping in each time. )
Anyway, have invested in lessons and practice. I am still definitely skiing "in the backseat" - having a very hard time keeping weight forward. Quads burning all the time as I muscle it down. Find it exhausting relative to boarding, where I can cruise all day with no issue. Found this forum and great advice here on exercises to do on the slopes to get position corrected. (Especially loved the tip about lifting the toes to engage forward ankle flex.) I will also take more lessons of course.
But I don't head back up to the mountain again for a couple weeks. Are there any balance exercises I can do as practice? (Thinking of getting out the balance board and trying squats?)
Also - good instructors at Killington to look up for some more lessons?