I've embedded two videos from last year.
The slope was perfect rock hard with an ice sheet. The skis are razor sharp.
What I felt:
I believe that my weight is almost entirely on the outside ski. I feel the outside ski being on rails and the inside ski skidding softly with no pressure.
The inside leg is tipped into the turn. However, keeping tip pressure on the inside ski while leading the tipping makes it turn in more, and the result is me being duck stanced mid turn. The inside ski is sliding/skidding on the surface in theese two videos, but the boot could just as well have been lifted with the same effect. (I have tried it with different radius skis from SL up.)
So, help me understand. Is this a deficiency with leading the tipping with the inside ski? Is it poor execution on my behalf? (Probably) Is it an issue that I should focus on removing?
I have seen RLM footages with skis doing diverging paths. Is this phenomenon related or is it due to other factors?
Any analysis would be very kind.