Originally Posted by Snowolf
If the nose of your board ends up pointing slightly uphill and actually pops up a tiny bit (little bit like a butter), you are doing perfect fore-aft movements that will allow you to do awesome, tight, short radius dynamic skidded turns on super steep shit
I assume that the same forward/aft movements and weighting/unweighting apply to carving as well. So is the only difference in the initiation of the turn? (i.e. purely tilting edge to edge vs allowing the base to skid)
Also, you use short radius dynamic skidded turns on steep stuff instead of short radius dynamic carves because you need to bleed off speed?
Thanks again, I can't wait to get back on the slopes and try this stuff out