I am a somewhat bow-legged person. This is very evident when I bring my legs together and there is about 4 inches between my knees when my ankles are touching!!! The weird thing is that when I am skiing, it always feels like I am on my inside edges. It is nearly impossible for me to get the inside (uphill) ski rolled up onto the outside edge. It would seem to me that someone who is bow-legged would have the opposite problem. Could this be more of a problem in the hips? Ideally, I would think you would want to be riding as close to a flat ski as possible just going slowly down a gentle slope. Is it better to learn technique to pull your legs apart to try and flatten the ski or simply can't to the inside of you are heavy on your inside edges?
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1/15/06 at 7:58pm