Here's a move I make as I sit in my rotary chair in front of my computer. I dig in my right foot tipping it onto its outside edge and pulling it back. This causes me to rotate to the right and puts me on higher corresponding edges. Aside from the fact that I'm sitting back, if I could project my hips forward, isn't this just the kind of move we want to make to execute good turns? I think that my chair may be a better machine than The Skier's Edge, which has only taught me to push my heels laterally. Any comments would be welcome.
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5/15/02 at 6:42pm