Most relatively good skiers can have their technique fall apart by settlig down at the bottom of the turn in response to building pressure. I know that if my skiing starts going bad, that is one of the first places I check. I use a cue of feeling tension in the small of my back to know I am pushing forward to move down the hill, rather than settle, but I was thinking of some others, especiallyfor other learning styles. For example for in inside to outside visual learner, don't let the snow lookl like it is coming up on you, but try to keep it down continuously, and try to avoid popping at the start of a new turn, which looks like the snow is dropping away rapidly for a moment. Any other ideas?
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11/2/07 at 5:21am