I've found that the best way to stay stable on the flats while maintaining speed and staving off leg fatigue is to stay locked into a fairly high edge angle carve. If you stay on one edge and let it shift your body across the trail you are actually losing a lot more speed to friction and wearing out your legs. Instead, keep a nice small radius carve back and forth. You should not be staying on one edge long enough to change direction. Just let the board pass back and forth beneath your torso and you'll be much more stable. Not to mention it feels better and your legs will thank you.
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