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post #31 of 36
I suppose to transition from hip hop to country this thread could be renamed the tush push boogie
post #32 of 36
Reminds me of a certain song by Sir Mix-A-Lot...
"I like big butts and I can not lie
You other brothers can't deny
That when a girl walks in with an itty bitty waste
And a round thing in your face
You get sprung
Wanna pull up front
Cuz you notice that butt was stuffed
Deep in the jeans she's wearing
I'm hooked and I can't stop staring
Oh, baby I wanna get with ya
And take your picture
My homeboys tried to warn me
But with that butt you got
Me so horny
Ooh, rub all of that smooth skin
You say you wanna get in my Benz
Well use me, use me cuz you ain't that average groupy."

Heh, heh. Couldn't resist.
post #33 of 36
After reading most, but not all of the posts, frankly I was in stiotches. A well developed glutus maximus as a easult of training seems to be characteristic of female ski racers, but not all. Frankly, while in competition, I can't beleive that any serious racer is concerned about any specific part of their anatomy, other than those that will immediately enhance performance.

Peek-a-boo had a very developed hinny, if I remember correctly. I beleive this was the result of trainng, not to create something for people to comment about. Cute girl, but a rather large ego [ deservedly earned ] and a big mouth. Final impression, lives life to fullest, in a similiar attitude when it came to competition. Liked the Rolex adds, hated the Chap Stick ones.
post #34 of 36
long live Susie chapstick.
post #35 of 36
I'm really late to this thread but never too late. David M pointed something out that happens during turn transition and continues throughout the turn. keeping the hips forward by tightening the inside glutts allows the inside foot to invert.

Translation: If there is no glutt tension, hips drop, inside foot everts, power is lost and the inside ski begins to diverge and skid rather than carve.
post #36 of 36
Thread Starter 
Thanks for this addition. It's never too late when you've got such pertinent information. I remember David talking about tension in the inside glute, but didn't recall all the information that you provided.
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