I am a heavy skier over 200lbs and one of my issues is that I load the line too hard and a bit back. The consequence is less space into the buoy and a very hard edge change.
Now the colder season started, I am working on it and found that the best fix is too stand taller on the ski. This puts my center of mass forward and gives me a more natural edge change , allowing me to create more space in the pre-turn.
The result is also less load and a line I can manage. I am able to start my turn earlier and finish at the buoy.
I hope it makes sense... What are you guys doing?
Eric Francois - Studio City, CA - Denali C-75 - Reflex