When playing any sport, I've always had a tendency to keep low and crouch. It's just me.
So, I think when I ski I'm too low because I often feel the pressure of the back of my leg against my boot and the one quad on the inner side of my upper leg tends to get sore.
So, I think I need to try to concentrate on STANDING up and getting my ankles/hips and shoulders in a vertical line, right?
Well, if this is correct, to help with this I've got my boots set to nearly maximum forward lean. I found that before I did this my crouching would LET me get waaay back, but now with the lean I feel the back of the boot, reminding me to stand up. But then someone told me that forward lean encourages CROUCHING!
Am I on the right track here? Should I be standing and should I have the boot on forward lean? When my shoulders/hips/ankle are in line, should I feel any leg pressure on the boot back, tongue, or neutral?