[quote=Simon Kinahan;615114]Previous advice sounds good to me. There are many possible alignment and technique reasons for a wide A-frame stance.
The exericise I used to work on stance, though, was to ski with an object between my lower legs. The hardest thing to use is a ball, smaller than a soccer ball but larger than a tennis ball. I think some kid's play balls are about the right size. Easier, but also about the right size, is a big sponge, like you would use to wash a car. I've seen people do this with a ski glove, but that seems to put your legs too close together (unless you're knock kneed, but if you are, you should get your boots aligned first).[/quote
Thanks for the comments, have had alignment issues delt with by Bud. I think that I am aligned and balanced. I do agree that if my balance point was improved with shoulders, hip, ankles, aligned, some of the width would improve. I'm working on it. I thought about tying a light weight string around my legs but haven't done it. The ball or sponge between the legs sounds interesting except that I would spend a lot of time trying to retrieve the dang thing if it didn't roll down the hill after I lost it. Am I the only one to have this kind of question?