I think you misunderstood me.
I submit that one can topple, then allow the skis to catch up, and that this is a good thing to do for
reason of sensation, or for speed in a course. During that toppling, the body is... well, toppling.
On a slant board, one would fall over. I suggest that teaching this is a good thing, but not for
beginners in a wedge.
Here are Bode and Ted, toppling differently. If either were on a slant board, they'd both hit the floor
If toppling is falling over and hoping to catch your self balanced before it's too late I think you are misunderstanding what's going on. My suspicions are that they are within the parameters of dynamic balancing , are performing at a very high level of precision. If you move inside before your ski begins to generate supporting reactionary forces you'll be making some rapid adjustments to catch your balance or you'll be digging the snow out of your goggles. YM