This being the first ever post in Advanced Topics I feel like this needs to be extra smart. Good luck with that. Whatever.
The one thing that had the most impact on my skiing last year was changes to my gate. One of the things I think about is something I have never heard another skier talk about.
As I approach the first wake I bring my vision and chin up to start bringing my torso up just a little bit. To get it done it is all about vision.
This is not an early edge change thing but is about easing out of the load. It seems like if I have all the load at center line, the edge change is too abrupt and I end up hard on my inside edge way too early. (Trent talks about something like this?)
Anyone think this is a bad idea? Further thoughts?@bishop8950@brooks@Bruce_Butterfield@Dirt@DW@Ed_Johnson@jdarwin@MAD11@MarcusBrown@matthewbrown@MrJones@OB@ral@scoke@Sethski@skidawg@TFIN