Got all that evansilver?
post #31 of 48
3/9/05 at 9:33pm
|Originally Posted by Rick
I agree Ric. The driving should be both forward and in, just as you point out, and it should be applied in a functional manner. All the negative outcomes of the misapplications you identify are spot on.
Originally Posted by Coconut
Not sure I understand what "forward and in" means when applied to driving the inside hip.
|Is turning the leg within the inside hip socket part of "forward and in"?|
|Is there also a gradual up movement of the inside hip relative to the outside hip?|
Originally Posted by delta888
I don't quite understand the clock example. Which way is downhill? 12 o'clock?
|At the point where the turn is transitioning from right to left, wouldn't the skis be across the hill (more like 9 o'clock "perfectly", or perhaps getting to 10-ish)?|
|Your hips (or so I've been told) should be facing closer to 12, but your skis will be countered.|
Originally Posted by dchan
The bump was more to get us thinking outside the box again. I've been playing with this and I think I'm finally beginning to get it.
Now how to put it into words and expressions for teaching. HMMM