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carving is one of the best ways to stay in control if you're a beginner or still
sitting here turns learning to use your edges to carve it is really raining and
opens up huge fun on the mountain to start carving turns their two skills to
focus on rolling your knees and ankles and keeping your weight forward every
curve turn has three parts the start of each turn is the initiation most of the
actual carving happens in the shaping in the end of the turn is the finish where
you dial back the power to prepare for the next turn in the initiation phase
rolling your knees and ankles starts by pointing your knees down the hill and
rolling onto the big toe of your new outside Busch as you start to wait that
ski and engage its edge in the snow through the shaping of the term think
about driving you need toward the toe piece of your buying that forced
transfers through the cup of your boot and into your steam bending it and
curbing your edges into the snow
the more pressure you put on your boots the tighter your turn on steeper terrain
or a faster speeds you'll find a good card takes more effort by low angled
slopes it's more relaxed at the finish of each turn you release the pressure
you build up by rolling your knees and ankles upright again and shipping your
way to your new outside ski to prepare for your next initiation
keeping your weight forward throughout the whole turn is key to staying
balanced and in control what harming you kind of feel like you're squatting over
chair your knees are bent and your upper body is straight and slightly forward
staying forward means maintaining that position even as the slope get steeper
if you lean back especially on steep runs when you naturally want to use
these run away from you and you end up losing control in the initiation start
bringing your hips forward and down the hill as you shape the turn keep your
head and shoulders playing down the hill in the direction you ski or lower body
is twisting under you but your upper body stays still and pointed downhill in
the finish if you turn your upper body is still facing downhill but your skis
and your lower body reported across the slow this is a perfect position for
initiating an external there's a lot to think about when you start carving
keep practicing remember all your knees and ankles and keep your weight forward
throughout one turned into the next pretty soon becomes a rhythmic dance as
each turn initiates gets more powerful in the shaping and backs off at the
finish
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Skiing: How to Carve

182 Folder Collection
alex published on October 26, 2016
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