Nice skiing, good angles. The videos keep getting better.
In some turns the shoulders and head are moving before the feet and legs. Cross body follow through with the hands after pole plant. This seems to create more directional moves across the skis instead of forward with the skis. All things said, many skiers would love to ski this good.
I want to help this skier find ways to initiate more at the feet, find his edge just a little earlier, and focus his directional movements down the hill or forward. Get a little longer with his outside leg, more skeletal, which might help him relax both legs more giving him the ability ot absorb and finese the terrain better, and this might the upper body relax and be a tad bit more upright.
I would slow this skier down. Play with tipping the inside foot to initiate, Starting with picking it up, moving to just relaxing and emptying it. Maybe skiing hugging himself for part of a run with the above focus.
Arms and hands and ploles. Keep the wrists showing forward, and try to always have one pole slowly moving forward initiated by the inside foot. a slow punch or extension forward of the inside hand might be a good focus.
I would like to see this skier skiing short turns, and maybe play with a funnel or an hourglass set of turns. This might help this skier focus on the above exercises and how they can add to his skiing ,and give me a better look at where to go with him.
Keetov's Railrod track and same edge turns would be great for this guy.
Thanks for the video. This is good for me.