Just a question about the cross-under move: I am coming out of the old turn, edge angles identical, inside leg bent, outside leg straight, somewhat countered. At this point, to initiate a cross-under, what do I do?
1) pull both feed back simultaneously
2) flex the ankles
3) relax the legs and unweight the skis
4) allow hips to roll across the skis
5) when hips hit square and skis are flat, roll 10 toes at the same time to find the new edge
6) flex the new inside leg/extend the outside leg as pressure begins to build.
Anyone have a video of this move that they can post? Also, what cues should I be feeling when doing this, and how do I avoid getting back seat when relaxing? I feel that this move will really get me loosened up: I seem to be having trouble rolling down the fall line with just the old outside leg release; I need to get the hips moving more and squared up, skis flat, simultaneous edge change, during the transition.