Anyone have a suggestion for an instructor to help me master carving . I can carve my turns but I find it difficult to increase the edge angle of my inside ski .
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1/5/04 at 4:42pm
|Originally posted by Ty Webb:
You might try Todd or Jennifer Metz at Winter Park. I think they are both top notch!! Skied at a camp with them in early December and they were both great!! Really helped me and my wife alot!!
And as always, the MAN, the MYTH, the LEGEND,..... WEEMS!!!
|Originally posted by Lisamarie:
Weems will put you so high up on your edges that your ski manufacturer will have to pay you a comission for the free advertising! [img]smile.gif[/img]
But any of our regular posters from CO. would be a great choice. Look at the top of the instruction page, and you will see an instructor liisting. This will give you info about how to get in touch with them.
|Originally posted by Bob Barnes/Colorado:
...or for Larry W, for that matter, among the dedicated pros at Breckenridge.
DenverRider--what more can you tell us about your inside ski edging problem? Could it be an alignment issue? What is your focus--what are you trying to do, specifically, to get that inside ski to engage? What is your image and your understanding of what you should be doing? Do you have any pictures or video you could post?
I'm not suggesting that you shouldn't ski with a good pro, but with a little more information, we might well be of some help right here in the forums.