Just came back from the mountains and it is much better this time! I was able to get to a long green run and link my turns. The first few times, I had to bring my toe side turn to almost a complete stop , horizontal to the slope, then think in my head, relax front toe edge, keep rear toe edge engaged, nose start to turn, i flatten the board by relaxing my rear foot and immediate do my heel side turn.
Then I was able to do it without the pause/stop.
But this doesn't happen all the time, I fell alot less on the green runs.
Went with a friend and she really wanted to try the blue runs *totally regret this*.... I went with her, I was freakn out on the ski lift, it was fast and so high up (afraid of height here). Then I started the decent, for the life of me, I just cannot convince myself to do the toe side at all, and when I do, I fall immediately, i can't even tell you how that happened. It was just too steep for me at this stage.
I also happened to rendenered myself into a cat track and having absolutely no clue what to do. i was able to get thru it, but got stuck in an area where I could fall down a steep cliff, and then comes a hella steep slope, i can barely convince myself to be able to stand up with my board in the middle of this slope... totally freaked out. But now, I have this experience (i actually tried this twice), will go back to the greens and practice.
I really don't quite understand why the speed freaks me out so bad and why its taking me so long to learn this!