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|01-16-2014 01:08 AM|
|skip11||@snowklinger: And what is the problem? I know it's not the best euro carve.|
|01-16-2014 12:44 AM|
Originally Posted by skip11 View Post
|01-15-2014 04:30 PM|
it's just that I have found that most of my chatter problems on heelside would occur on steeper slopes. Higher speed = more energy that blows out when the wave stalls = harder to compensate.
sure your butt is close to the ground, but tell that to my tailbone that skipped across the run because I was going mach 2. lol
|01-15-2014 12:39 AM|
Here's me trying to euro carve with a duck stance (+21 -9). I don't think it is necessary to use a forward stance but I can see how it is easier. And if you see almost all the best turners in snowboarding have forward stance (e.g. Craig Kelly, Terje, Jake Blauvelt).
|01-14-2014 08:34 PM|
That is a flatter trail, I wasn't posting it to show off the terrain.
I don't have any pics on steep terrain.
Luckily, if the edge does give out, you butt isn't very far off the snow!
|01-14-2014 07:30 PM|
Is it just me or does that run look very flat?
Also, if that edge blows out you are coming down square on your tailbone like I did last weekend, lol. My GF is still giving me shit about that one.
|01-14-2014 06:17 PM|
Note the hips are level or slightly below the knees...
|01-14-2014 04:15 PM|
Does this count as carving ducked? Im at +15,-12 I believe..on an Evo :-)
|01-14-2014 03:45 PM|
For what it's worth, in my profile pic I am riding a duck stance(15,-12) a salomon special(was similar to a burton custom). I have a few of me in a deep heelside carve that I can try and post later tonight.
The thing for me that was a real revelation for a solid heelside carve in duck stance was angulate such that your hips are even with or preferably below your knees right at the top of the turn.
I think that technique can overcome the shortcomings of duck for carving just like technique can overcome the shortcomings of riding switch with a forward stance. I rode forward angles for years but switched to duck for more versatility.
|01-14-2014 01:29 PM|
Originally Posted by baconzoo View Post
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