Originally Posted by therusty
The ONLY premises that I am questioning are the insistence that non-competitive mogul skiing must be in the fall line, that current PSIA based mogul teaching methodologies are flawed because they have a groomed trail bias and the implication that the average skier can not learn how to ski a trail that has moguls on it by taking a lesson from an average ski school. Dan makes his case for these points quite eloquently (and that alone makes the book worthwhile). I'm simply presenting an opposing opinion.
Even if skiers don’t have the skills to make this line, they should be aware of the techniques and why they work, and more importantly the drills to make achieve this. I have another web site of young novice bumpers using competitive mogul skiing techniques. They look like they have command of speed control aspect of these techniques.