Originally Posted by Donutz
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.
That was one my worst habbits. I always went to the backseat and started to swirl my backfoot to initiate my turns. I can't keep on saying how important lessons are.
I always go 2 weeks to the resort divided in 1 week lessons, 1 week practise. Great combination and fun!