Where to pick up the load
As an offshoot of the topic that @Horton
brought up on easing off the load, or slowing down the edge change and transition, what about the opposite of that? Slowing down the pickup of load. As speed control and how it effects the skier has changed, the skiers styles and technique have changed. We're seeing the skier pick up the load later, which moves their work zone. Nate and Regina come to mind with where they let the boat pick them up and then drop them off. Is this purely a function of keeping a higher average speed off the apex? Which would really start in that transition zone mentioned in the other topic, allowing the optimum or most efficient path out and back in behind the buoy? Have you as skiers worked on anything specific to change where and how you pick up the load over the last few years?@bishop8950@brooks@Bruce_Butterfield@Dirt@DW@Ed_Johnson@jdarwin@MAD11@MarcusBrown@matthewbrown@MrJones@OB@ral@scoke@Sethski@skidawg@TFIN
Shane "Crash" Hill
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