The question today is about carving steeper pitches and in faster speeds.
I can carve fine on green and some empty blues. However, there are a few nice
flat blacks that just invite carving and slicing but I always seem to revert
to drift on those. At least the tails (slight back seat).
There is an expression that says carve your pivots and not pivot your carves.
Well I revert to pivoting my carve under stress and the steeper the pitch,
the thicker the tracks in the slow.
However, if I am in an emergency situation, like to avoid a child, I sky
So this seems to be a psychological issue with speed.
If I may, I will split this question in two parts:
What is the best way to get used to speed? Jump in or just be patient and it will sink in?
Are there exercises that help carving a pivot? Which mucles are engaged, which are loose
for the pivot to happen without resistance?
Or am I just wanting to get better too fast?
Thanks for any advise!