Why are the "pervasive problems" of recreational skiers worth fixing?
What rewards come to the advanced skier who has worked to replace those problems with good movement patterns?
There is a current thread listing and discussing "Pervasive Problems" of recreational skiers, here:
This thread might seem a bit ... um ... negative.
A second thread addresses solutions to those problems, here:
The task of listing solutions might appear overwhelming since the list of problems is so long.
But what's been left out of those two discussions is why bother to identify problems and fix them in the first place. That's what this thread is intended to be all about. Maybe people would have fun putting into words how skiing changes, how the joys and pleasures broaden or shift, once a skier moves beyond that intermediate plateau.