Originally Posted by HeluvaSkier
Are you still working with Arcmeister on a regular basis?
Ahhh, that's it. I knew I'd seen that stumble before!
Onyxjl, a couple lateral balance losses early in the turns, aye? Let the force(s) be with you, young Luke. You're on a flat slope there, and as such turn forces are hard to come by. There are a few things you can do to compensate.
- Dive into the front of the boot at the start of your turn. It will bend the front of the ski, sharpen the top of the turn, and thus amp up the forces that keep you in balance.
- Get the outside ski engaged, and feel the force feedback it provides, before you try to further you edge angle development.
- Watch your inside shoulder. You're dropping it into the turn before you achieve solid outside ski engagement in the turns you lose balance. Think about trying to lift your inside shoulder and hip as you tip into and initiate your turns.