Edited by Metaphor_ - 12/28/15 at 5:22am
"Extremes" in posture generally cause immobility. Personally, I believe your anterior pelvic tilt on Day 1 will give greater freedom of movement in your lower extremities than the posterior tilt on Day 6. You can see how the pelvis also changes your spinal alignment. I believe the posture changes may have made your more aft by day six. I would keep the general posture of day 1 and add more ankle flex to move fore. Of course that advice is based on my personal style preference, which may, or may not suit your skiing vision.
I'm sorry I even tried to start a discussion. No MA request here. But I'm amused that you'd give feedback without seeing a single turn, tip ripply.
Now back to your regular programming on how bad/good skinny/fat skis are, and how crossovers/crossunders are effective/ineffective.
Sayonara, tschüß, adieu, and farewell. Here's wishing you blissful ice for the rest of your skiing days.
Sorry tip ripply. It just sometimes seems like when I post a topic of interest for discussion, folks here are more inclined to critique or give "feedback" on my personal skiing. I no longer seek feedback on my personal skiing here - I have an amazing coach who's invested in my development. We don't even have the same posture skiing in CSIA-land as in PSIA-land.
So why would I post then? Well, I'd like to think we can have discussions on ski-nerdy things like biomechanics. Like in this topic, I would have loved to hear a discussion along the lines of "pelvic tilt causes the following x issues". Or what heluva went into: how to restore pelvic tilt to neutral in general. I'm less impressed when someone critiques my own skiing in a thematic discussion and tries to give some "ski tips".
Anyway, don't disappear just because I'm hypersensitive and vinegary. That'd be unfortunate.