I have a quick related question as I attempt to begin learning dynamic skidded turns (and hopefully dynamic carved turns soon).
Are dynamic skidded terms essentially an extension of linking your turns tighter and tighter together, until you get to the point where you don't really traverse the hill at all, and just keep turning every time you are about to cross over the fall line? Further, does this mean that instead of slowing pressing down on your front foot, waiting for the board to turn, etc...you moreso "force" the board into place via springing legs up and down?
I watched snowolf's video and whenever I attempt to move the board quickly from toe to heelside or vice versa, I almost always catch an edge. Any advice or tips on this would be much appreciated.