doesn't matter where the tail is - well, preferably on snow - it relates to using the boots throughout the turn and the earlier squirmish on bending boots versus bending skis.
frame 1 - i'm "forward", but the tips are coming up, weird, right?
frame 2 - i'm "back", tips up.
frame 3-4-5 - no pressure, no snow spray, just pulling the boots back (although it looks like i'm pushing them away, I guess I'm doing both, we need 3D goggles), gliding and tipping, tips are (leveraged) down so they start the carve.
frame 6 (time compressed) - hello, pressure is here - clearly on the tips. yeah, I see I "landed" on the inside this time whatever.
frame 7 - ski and boot get the snot bent out of, without breaking a sweat or doing anything special - i was clearly reaching for a coctail