Carver carver carver... only joking
. Great to see you falling in love with moguls. It usually lasts your entire life.
Anyway, if you look at your very first turn to your right... see that rushed rotated move you make... check out the feedback I gave you in other thread.... dont dont dont try to point your skis the other way by such heavy rotation. It gets over emphasized here in the bumps. The reason for this is offcourse a flaw in your technique and that is the main bad but since you are choosing your path incorretly it all worse and worse. As you said yourselfe, your ski tails are getting caught in the ruts. That is normal but it gets over emphasized if you ski the way you do, through the valleys. You catch too much speed also. As we see in the end. If we look at frame 0:21 as you turn right and raice your hand to performe the stunning statue of liberty stance
and head down the fall line what you should have done was to go deeper on your turn to the left and head towards the camera in that same instance but over the bump with flexed legs insed of above it. Thats where all the snow is. Nice and soft. Spraying. Lets see what happens next OMG, Carver is going for a jump a few bumps down taking speed.... no, he changes his mind, he slams on the brakes and settles for a less spectacular pivot slip in the air
. No harm done. Thats part of good skiing. You did well. BTW, dont wear a back pack in the bumps if you dont have to.