can you explain what is the problem that you feeling?Wow, 16gkid, I just watched your vid. Awesome progression! That's some sweet (euro)carving you're doing there.
I too would call it euro, too, as you're nicely stretched out; if you want to call that judging, then it's a positive judging as IMO, it's harder to do a stretched out eurocarve than carve; lot of core stability needed. I usually fail to hold them. Have you used Knapton's vids to exersise or taken lessons? As nobody in my pack does that type of carving, I can't monitor them, but Knaptons vids - as nice they are to watch - fail to be informative enough to me to help me to progress.
or maybe you can open an other discussion
normally the big comone mistake n Eurocarve it to use
the three step for Carving
instead to use the
the four step for euro carving