Did not want to hi jack Wake crossing drill topic. Something we all have been told over and over, but is so missed used, I have heard this being told to people teaching a person when they are first learning to slalom. They are standing behind the boat not even making a cut through the wakes and they are yelling at the skier to pull their arms to their vest. Am I wrong that the only way your arms can end up on your vest is your lean away from the boat as you are cutting through the wakes or pulling out for the gates? Your arms should only get closer to your vest the more you lean away from the boat, forcing people to muscle their arms down to their vest only promotes bad form. Should we be saying make a harder cut through the wakes or lean away from the boat and your arms will naturally be pinned to your vest?
Not sure how to deal with a long link?