To answer that, and extend Bud's view, I consider dynamic skiing to reflect efficient management of the energy both within each turn and conservation of it's flow from turn to turn. In dynamic skiing the skier is always the driver, producing continous, smooth, seamless connected arcs directed wherever they wish to go. This is in contrast to the on, off, on, off of park-n-ride where the skier is mostly a passinger ending up on the path the skis take them.
Many find fun in taking the bus and enjoying the ride.
I prefer to drive.