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Originally Posted by evilfeline007 View Post
Those are skidded turns though.. I can't seem to carve....

...So, in the end, I can't seem to carve AND my steering is also not precise enough. I can negotiate people but I can't negotiate trees or moguls and I have a hard time on the narrow cat trails that traverse between two lifts.

That being said... I went on the bunny hill with my friend (who is on day 4) and I found that I was suddenly using my rear leg as sort of a rudder and just going straight switching from edge to edge...

Is there more than one way to turn?
Originally Posted by evilfeline007 View Post
I can do all of those things... skidded turns, pivot turns, those carve turns snow wolf shows in the cat track video.
I can sympathise, I know what you are talking about but i'm a lot less help than the link I posted. Sometimes going back to fundamentals can help. Highlighted a couple things above, you seem like you are contradicting yourself
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