I've been in a funk on my offside turns (RFF) for way too long, so wanted to try something different.
Most often, the ski doesn't come around, and try as I might, I can't keep the rear foot from slamming down on the tail and stalling any progress. Bending the knees doesn't really work for me but maybe I could concentrate on the ankles.
But.....I have Draft bindings which are tight and limit much vertical foot movement. I decided to loosen the strings a bit and see if I could lift up off my toes in the pre-turn, flexing the ankles, (and the knees should follow) and hold it as the ski comes around.
I was pleasantly surprised how nicely the ski finished the turn, the tip was lover and it held better angle to balls 2,4,6.
It worked maybe 3 out of 20 turns
but maybe it's something I can practice at.
Not sure how to deal with a long link?