When we teach first timers how to do heel side turns, we are typically standing on flat ground at the bottom of a trail. When we go from a flat board to a heel side edge, we often describe it as "sitting in a chair". However, when we do the move we either have to bend at the waist or straighten the legs in order to stay in balance. Neither of these are desired movements. How do you resolve this dilemma?
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12/21/09 at 5:44am