Well, not really non-symetrical, because other people tell me that they look the same and when I look at my tracks from a series of linked turns they're generally even. But they feel different! I feel slighly more natural turning to the right, but my right leg - the downhill ski on a left turn - is the stronger one. The only thing I can think of is maybe my counter-rotation (but not angulation) is more pronounced when turning to the right. I'll have to look for that next time I ski. It's not a problem, but I find it interesting. Any comments (assumes defensive position)?
By the way, I'm 66 and have been skiing since 1960, used to race a bit, ski mostly steep groomers in the East, and am probably somewhere between levels 7 & 8 at this point in time. And I don't know anyone with an all-weather video camera - I've never seen myself ski!