Originally Posted by tdk6
Can't agree, It really doesn't matter that you were pressuring it in the previous turn. Because you should come neutral between turns and at at the end of transition/ just prioir to beginning of new turn tips are even. To begin the process of early edge engagement and start your body down the hill, pulling your your new inside foot back at the very top of the turn will get you ahead of your skis and create the pressure needed on your boot cuffs to engage the tip and forebody of the ski so they begin to bend. As your angles progressively increase the inside foot must move forward to allow your outside foot, leg , knee to inclinate without hitting your inside foot,leg, boot. (This is almost an exact quote from Bode).
by the way in the "Bode" Comcast broadcast I have referenced, it is not about racing at all or shaving off .001 seconds! it is about bringing an advanced intermediate to advanced or expert skill level.
If you ski that boring upright, always middle of the ski non-dynamic "Ski Instructor" style, I guess none of this would apply because of the "Static" nature of that style of skiing. But if you create big angles are very dynamic and have your hips low to the snow inside your skis with a boatload of inclination and angulation, then this is just the way it is. You can see this plain as day as McNichol & Bode narrate as Bode freeskis and demonstrates this concept in the video.