You are free to disagree, but this issue has been covered ad nauseum (albeit one you were not here for). PMTS acknowledges that femur rotation occurs and is a fundamental element of skiing. PMTS chooses to describe femur rotation as an unconscious result of other movements. That's a choice, not a fundamental misunderstanding.
The last I heard, PMTS was the methodology of choice at 3 ski schools world wide. It can be successfully used to teach at all levels.
Let it go.
UnSean, I think you are pretty blatantly trying to pick an argument on a tired old subject. Let it go.
I did not force anyone to read my posts.
OK, I have not seen these arguments just this thread.
Please explain why a number of PMTS style threads continue ad nauseam, promoting their concept of skiing, a concept which has a number of deletions in it, yet it would seem that to attempt to question it's validity is seen as wrong.
As I stated earlier a lot of peeps will not troll through acres of back threads, they just get PMTS on a daily basis, nice if your teaching it.
A balanced perspective should always be available for all of us to have a choice.