About a year ago, I posted a video of me skiing some moguls and asked for MA - http://www.epicski.com/forum/thread/67067/bump-skiing-ma-please. The wonderful people on this board gave me some great tips and advice, so here I am with another video.
The default is the standard video, but if your internet is fast enough, the HD version has much better clarity. There are two clips, with a 1/2 speed version after each clip.
Being in MN, most of the time the moguls are just big ice bumps that I can see my own reflection in, so I haven't had a chance to ski them too much. I've probably only had a handful of days where I actually got to think about some of the stuff pointed out to me in the other thread and get to try them out for a few runs. I think I skied this run no more than 10 times since the last video, and had a few days in Utah where I got to experience some real snow, along with some very steep bumps.
Anyways, in this video, it's the same run as the one from last year. The conditions are a little different though. It's not as icy as last year, but the bumps are much bigger and much deeper in between. Spring weather has softened them up a bit on top, but they are still very hard underneath.
Here's what I THINK I've improved on, though there's still much work to be done.
1. absorbing more through the knees rather than waist/upper body
2. quieter in arms and upper body
3. better line, so I'm not pounding into the top of the moguls as much. I do still rely on them quite a bit for speed check.
So start analyzing!!