I always thought that was a proper way to ride, fore/aft movements + unweighting movement.
Is it normal for (aggressive upunweighting such as that dolphin turn) to take a toll on the knees/body?
I find it MUCH easier to aggressively down-unweigh and still have the board leave the ground if I choose to by the speed of my knee flexion and engage my downhill edge as fast as possible while carving, + the g-force one experiences at the bottom of the turn can be used to propel your body down the hill to the next edge with down unweighting, where up unweighting you would have to fight this? (this is why I experience problems up uwneighting?)
Last season I managed maybe 3 or 4 these dolphin turns before switching back to a cross under movement.
That reminds me, in that CASI 4 video, that guy is up unweighting.
In AASI, does dynamic riding refer to pure down unweighting? or does it include up unweighting? and does the body have to take a different path from the board? (If doing large gs style carves + a down unweight, is this not deemed dynamic?)
Or is it deemed dynamic cause in both cases, the distance from the board and body is changing anyways, and the only up unweight that is not dynamic is the static knees rock body back/forth thing beginners do?
I'm sleep deprived, sorry lol