Does HH have you flatten the downhill ski first before lifting to avoid this weight shift uphill? Pierre, I know you said it's samey same but would this be a reason to do that sequence?
(this is discussed in "Wacko how long.."pg3)
"Release to Full Turn" - Harb Ski Systems http://www.harbskisystems.com/olb2.htm
>>From a stationary traverse position, with balance on both skis, release by flattening the downhill ski to the snow (roll it toward its little-toe edge). Continue to flatten that ski to the snow, and let the uphill ski follow. This movement of the downhill ski will cause both skis to aim slightly downhill, and they’ll begin to slide. Continue to lead the tipping with the downhill foot, and let the uphill foot lag slightly behind.
As the skis flatten and aim downhill, lighten or pick up the downhill ski - it becomes the free foot. As the skis slide downhill, keep the tail of the free ski lifted slightly, and continue to tip the free ski toward its little-toe edge. It can be helpful to think of pulling up on the arch of the free foot. This creates both the lifting and tipping that are needed. The tipping of the free foot engages the big-toe edge of the stance ski. Be passive with the stance ski - do not attempt to edge or steer it with the stance foot. <<
Paul, you might want to read this:
from "Someone should email HH", lisamarie's post:
>>Back when I was in college, a professor said to us "Freud is not a Freudian, Jung is not a Jungian....etc."
From the email I recieved today, I have discovered that Harb is not a Harbian. He seemed truly perplexed that someone would want to turn his technique into a cult, as opposed to a learning experience. So perhaps we should keep that in mind.<<