Originally Posted by tdk6
Originally Posted by LiquidFeet
Not Marcel Hirscher in that photomontage....
You don't see both feet moving forward together, from under the hips to in front of the hips?
If you see only one foot moving forward of the hips, which one is it? Which one stays under the hips?
C'mon, both feet squirt forward.
I think there are two other issues under discussion. First is whether he moves the two feet
by muscle action deliberately, or if it happens by default because of the rebound from the skis.
Second, there is the issue of whether some people are willing to describe a movement by Wayne Wong
doing the turn below with the same term as a move made by Hirscher in his turn above.
Why not? The turns are different, but the feet shoot forward of the hips in both turns.
Why not describe the movement of those feet with the same term? (i.e., "foot squirt"?)
Using that term to describe something one can see happening at the top of the two turns
does not imply that both turns are identical.
Edited by LiquidFeet - 5/23/14 at 3:37pm