Rob Hazelwood -Holding onto to the handle as long as you can before the bouy is always best right?

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  • wawaskrwawaskr Posts: 382 Crazy Baller
    …(popcorn eating emoji)…….
    Matt
  • hemlockhemlock Posts: 195 Baller
    Thanks for the tip @ROBOT.
    It's a simple reminder to keep the arms close to the chest and sometimes us amateurs (who don't ski a lot) forget how important that is.
    I specifically like the concept of the inside arm/elbow close to the body.

    OldboyII
  • ski6jonesski6jones Posts: 1,314 Mega Baller
    I've been struggling with this for the last 5 or so years, everything from centerline out.
    Good insight.
    Carl Addington, Cedar Ridge, MS
  • APBAPB Posts: 437 Crazy Baller
    this is rad. thanks robert.
  • paul413skipaul413ski Posts: 219 Baller
    Great video
  • ZmanZman Posts: 1,956 Mega Baller
    Thanks "Robot".
  • Skoot1123Skoot1123 Posts: 2,167 Mega Baller
    Rob Hazelwood - this in conjunction with a few other tips has been one of the biggest changes in my skiing in just the past week. Since thinking about this am putting it into practice I have been way more consistent at 32 off. Thanks so much!!
  • The_MSThe_MS Posts: 6,844 Member of the BallOfSpray Hall Of Fame
    Here it is
  • 6balls6balls Posts: 6,082 Mega Baller
    Some good stuff right there.
    Dave Ross--die cancer die
  • FSSPCatFSSPCat Posts: 167 Baller
    This is so helpful.
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