Here is a quick little video if my son from the past two weekends. He is killing it but I'm wondering if anyone had any tips to tricks as far as getting him to want to turn toe-side more consistently. He can do it when he isn't thinking about it.
I'm also curious from those out west how he stacks up with some of the really young kids there. We live in NC and there seams to be very few kids close to his age that ride. All skiing.
Have the sound off...at work...no jingle in my ears
Don't worry about stuff...its about having fun. But for toeside...think about doing games of follow the leader or being an animal...where he has to follow you or do things that involve being on toeside and looking back up the hill....making right hand/toeside turns. He looks to be fairly and naturally instinctive...leaning back weighting the tail when picking up speed and being heelside inorder to look down the hill. I think it is difficult for most folks to overcome the natural instincts/reactions. Don't worry he has plenty of years to get it figured out. Important thing is liking to be on the snow and having fun.
AWESOME Swede you have decades of fun coming your way with your son. Not sure if you have or will have other kids but this is just awesome.
Coming from a dad who's kids started at 13 you are in for a great time !!!!
Hope you can keep up with him as he really progresses.
You may want to take up cinematography cuz I see you needing to do some professional edits in your future
I hope you stay on this forum for yrs to come as I would love to see his progression over the years.