Although I have disagreed some with cvj and nail over the months about their teaching methods and terminology, there's no disputing that the guy cvj has probably forgotten more about moguls than any of us will ever learn.
cvj=Joey Cordeau for what it's worth.
I wrote a longer reply but think I lost it when I tried to preview it.
I'm not critisizing CVJ he is obviousl very talented, so much the more being 56 years old. I was mearly making some suggestions of ways he could go faster. Had he applied them 30 years ago he wouldn't have been the mogul champion but he would have skied faster.
If the link below works look at Floyd Wilkie on the cover (showing the extreme form of what I was suggesting is a way to ski moguls faster) and then scroll down to the picture between the forward and part one. That is Sid Ericksen in a basid ready position I'm describing. He won the Sun Valley mogul event in 1972 and made only about 7 turns coming down Exhibition skipping off the tops of moguls. I timed the 1973 event and if I recall correctly Sid's time was 35 second, about 5 seconds faster than next best time. Most top competitors finished between 42 and 48 seconds. Won top name who did well with the judges using many quick little turns on each mogul took 52 seconds. It wasn't long before knees together and little wiggle turns were what the judges (somethines ski school heads of the area where the contest was held) found best fitted what they considered "good technique" like they taught.
If the link doesn't work look up the book on Amazon and click look inside to find the picture of Sid.