Thanks guys, yes, I do see what you mean about rushing the turns. I was "trying" to slow it down, but guess old habits still work their way in there. I will definitely keep trying to point the board downhill more and not rush it. I think it will definitely take practice and we only have 2 weekends left, but gives me a lot to think about for next season now that I finally am understanding what I need to work on as I could finally tell a difference just keeping my hands down. And yes snowolf I do need to make more c shapes, but I was focusing on keeping my hands down first. I am going to just work on my hands these next two weeks and then I'll try the c shapes and keeping my weight centered and all that next year.
And putting more weight on the nose - I think there were a few turns I made (not on the video) when I felt I was leaning forward into the turn and it felt odd, but I could tell a difference in that turn when I did it, but then that odd felling made me put my hands out. So, I will definitely keep the weight forward in mind. There is just soooo much to try to do all at one time! But I will conquer this!
I'll also try the left hand our steering the wheel next year as I'm afraid putting my arm out at this point will get me back to pushing my arm again to turn. Facing forward is a throwback from skiing and I must admit, my neck was sore after Sunday from having to turn my head so far as I'm used to riding more open which doesn't hurt my neck. Great, now another new ailment! I could also sense I do need to lean, but that is kind of scary to me with my arms down so I think just more practice used to riding with my arms down I can then try to lean and edge the board - crossing our fingers I will finally be able to do that next year - of course each year I just keep getting older and older!
Gotta get this figured out soon!
As always, I appreciate the feedback. You've given me things that I can now actually visualize working on! Thanks!