<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR> Come on guys do all of you ski only one kind of terrain? on groomed stuff, ya I agree, shoulder width if not more. But last time I tried to ski the bumps that way I was on my face. Trees, bumps, and "eastern powder" are much easier to ski with a narrow stance.
Come on CERAF, read the topic. [img]tongue.gif[/img] My question was what is the best distance for practicing independent foot steering, i.e. Braquage. Not "what is the best position to ski everything period! I'm looking for a guidline to get better at it as I have been a skier who always relied on a big weight transfer and rotational or counter-rotational movement instead of independent steering, because that was how I was taught. I was always taught "ski on one ski at a time". The other one was supposed to follow along. I've been changing the way I ski the last couple of years, last year especially. I've always been a good carver in medium to long radius, medium to fast speed but I wanted a different way to fire off the short ones
Any suggestions now that you understand where I'm coming from?