Thanks, I am going to stay at it. I am fairly new and think this will help me in the trees with turning. I have just ridden enough now, to be a bit not bored but ready to try new terrain and lessen the time on the lift vs. riding...thanks for the insight....
I will look for a good spot to make that turn about 2 or 3 bumps ahead.
That is THE key to not only riding moguls, but snowboarding in general. Whether you do it intentionally or not, picking a line is how it all gets done. It's all about turning where the terrain tells you it wants you to turn...where you and the conditions become one, and riding becomes a Zen state...there is no mountain, there is no snow, there is no ice, there is no rider, there is only one, fluid, connected state of Being.
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