the reason for the dolphin turns video was I was pretty sure I would not get any responses, simple put I feel like in some task I can do them and its not so simple to actually learn them.
the reason for some short turns, was because every who is anyone can ski short turns. I was looking for examples, if you guy i actually think mine are better than yours thatn wow, because I simply posted up first takes from day I felt like I could not trust the skis, the snow got TOO soft and my skis I though were too narrow for it.
I am on my heels some of the time still trying to figure out if this is from the snow who just how I ski. In my honest opinion this is because of the snow. Ill video some hardpack on the same skis if people doubt me. I still think I am moving forward as much as I can with out causing the the tips to 'spear" the snow I am very much a finesse skis and will ski safe instead of right 100 percent of the time. I am also doing this weird extendsion/retraction thing that quite honestly I just did, and was not thinking about it at all. I do think I am tipping the ski via my feet at the top of the turn and doing progressive moves to get the skis to shape and bit into the slush as much as possible. I could have been alot more aggressive on a bigger ski in these turns.
the double fall line hill was probably not the best choice. I think prior to my little boot out I was honestly doing a fine job. I did these like 6-7 time the whole morning but only one take came out on video. I was tipping the ski from the bottom up, doing the transitions with as much flex as i could on the double fall line, and getting the skis to rail from side to side.
flat light reactionany skiing instead of proactive skiing IMO this i my strong suit and you would be hard pressed to find someone as versatile in the bumps. I am much stronger off trail than I am on trail. I actually have some better videos that I am editting.