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post #4 of (permalink) Old 12-04-2011, 03:19 PM
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the MAIN things would be to make sure he keeps a stacked position over his board and keeps his shoulders closed. that means he wants to keep an even amount of weight on both his feet, maybe even ever so slightly more on his front foot, and keeps his shoulders, hips and ankles all stacked over the board and not the snow. if you see him bending at the waist to make turns remind him to keep his back up nice and tall. if you put your weight over the snow thats probably where youll end up.

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