Deep water Starts/Bindings and Skis
I'm new to Ball of Spray and the skiing world!
I started about a year ago from scratch on the bar and then progressed comfortably on two skis and then went on to dropping one and running the half course easily. My deep water starts have always been a real tough one for me, I went to doing them consistently all the time last season but now after the winter months I have come to ski again and just can't get up out of the water on one!
I have the green and black radar boot and a toe loop on the rear. I am right foot forward about 5ft 8 and around 77-80kg.
I am skiing on a HO Women's TX, it was a good Ski but felt quite numb on the turns sometimes.
So as a gift my dad brought me a MC Ski 2017! My first high end ski! But I can't do a deep water start on it so I haven't had chance to try it out yet!
So I'm asking for advice on anything I can try and if I should just keep plucking away and maybe one day it will click! Or should I try a double boot binding to stop the ski from sinking instantly?
Thank you and any advice will be greatly apprevited
Not sure how to deal with a long link?