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Join Date: May 2010
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
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Alright so I watched all the videos and I can't wait to try these tips out when my local resort opens. They helped on how I should be leaning and bending my knees but I'm having a hard time understanding lifting my toes or heel, pressing down, ect with which foot to initiate certain turns. Also, I somewhat understand differences between turns but when to use which I dunno.
Don't sweat it, it'll all come. If there's one piece of advice above all else, one thing that beginners do wrong more than anything else, it's going back-seat -- putting your weight on your back leg. This one mistake is good for probably more than 90% of beginner problems. Make a point of checking your weight distribution OFTEN. Don't let yourself get into the bad habit.
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