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post #3 of (permalink) Old 04-02-2012, 10:27 PM
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Without video it is difficult to say why your toeside is a little slower. Like you have listed, it is usually not enough weight on the leading foot and not rotating your core. A lot of beginners also ride open, this means that your shoulders are not in line with the board. Instead they tend to rotate their upper body so that it faces down hill. This can also cause problems with toeside turns. Assuming your weight is forward, try looking uphill as you turn on your toeside. This should help keep your body better in line with the board during the toeside turn and make rotating your core with the turn easier.
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