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MA Comparison: Two Skiers One Footed

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This one is just for fun. Feel free to talk about it, MA it, or whatever it is that you guys do in here...





Later

GREG
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The first guy is awesome .He keeps the ski level like it is skiing on air. I'd like to see more on the other leg.
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Thats you in the second videoclip HeluvaSkier!?

I have great respect for guys like you that can ski that well on one ski since Im crap at that myselfe. First guy is doing it very well but its funny how easy it is to get in the back seat.
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Originally Posted by GarryZ View Post
The first guy is awesome .He keeps the ski level like it is skiing on air. I'd like to see more on the other leg.
So would I.

I think I see and alignment issue as the turn is quite different from the other leg. It may be camera angle or tune though too, I remember one ski being "off" a bit at that point in the season.

In another thread somebody mentioned "tail pushing". Just for the record, I'm not sure you can push the tail out from under you when you are on one foot without a radical shift in body position that doesn't show up here. There is a lot more pivot (pivot point being under foot) when I'm on the second set of turns (which is also the side where the ACL was replaced) hummmm?

Something to think about in the early season.
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