Originally Posted by SnowMotion
Looking pretty good. I would say you are about to cross a level line in your riding. Your heel to toe turn isn't bad just quick if you watch your toe to heel turn is longer. But at least you have good edge angle ( height of edge off snow). Two things that can help will be size of turn and dynamic carving (pushing your legs out of the turn and pulling them into a turn). These things will make you carve harder and ride faster. When trying this out you should use long and wide trail crossing turns medium to fast speed and drop lower in your stance at the knees. If you need me to explain anything further just ask.
This may sound stupid but how does one increase their 'edge angle' when turning? Like what exercises should I do to have this locked down?