All my quads, are belong to fire!
Ok, so Wednesday was Day 3 for me (Saturday will be Day 4!) and after reading a bunch of stuff on here and watching Snowwolf's videos, (thank you!!) I could find my stance (regular, centered, +9/-6) and link my turns with only a little traversing.
That was my goal for Day 3 and everything clicked for me on my second run of the day so I'm stoked, but I found my quads on my back leg were turning to jelly halfway through the day. I was riding mellow 3km-long greens so I don't know if I was burning up because of poor technique or I have a ways to go before I'm properly conditioned...
I wonder if this is something common to all new riders and I'll just have to work through it or if anyone has an opinion as to why my leg was on fire and what may be done to alleviate that? Again, it was just my quads on my rear leg, everything else was just "regular" tired.
I ride a 2011 K2 Anagram 163W (I'm 6"1', 205) and I'm thinking of setting my bindings 1 hole back. I'm also thinking of changing my angles from +9/-6 to +12/+6 or there abouts. Without igniting an angle or stance war, how do you think this will affect my ride/progression?
Thanking you all for helping me so much already and in advance for any advice you're willing to share (^ ^)