At the end of last season, I was able to get some invaluable advice here (thank you Snowolf
and other veterans). Still having some issues and would appreciate some tips.
Still having an issue initiating my toeside turns. Facing down the mountain for my toeside turns, itís really hard for me to lean forward like I know I should and get on those toes. Times I have trusted myself it has been fluid, but other times when Iím sketch, I am still kicking it out and forcing the turn.
Also is there a tip anyone can give me for the steeper runsÖon the steeper runs I sketch out and start leaning back because I feel like Iím going too fast, then I end up skidding to slow down and I have to start all over again. I donít want to be the asshole that sideslips the steep runs.
Also wondering about my stance. I ride a Rome Blue 151, duck and centered, and my width is 20 inches. So far this has been extremely comfortable for me, but wonder if I changed my front foot angle if this would make any significant difference?
How can I parlay these turns into carves?
If you haven't already fallen asleep, here's a link to me over thanksgiving weekend.