Rob Hazelwood - Do You Struggle with a INCONSISTENT Edge Change? Why Your Body Position RUINS Your E

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This is a a topic that I love talking about! Taking a large problem for a lot of slalom skiers and trying to attack the problem from another angle instead of the usual "Just edge change earlier" or "Pull Harder". Let me know if you have any questions or any requests for future videos.

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Comments

  • ALPJrALPJr Posts: 2,821 Mega Baller
    Great video. Thank you!!!
  • InterjonInterjon Posts: 24 Baller
    Rob, great videos. Keep it up!
  • BG1BG1 Posts: 238 Baller
    Thank you for your great instructional videos!
  • Alberto SoaresAlberto Soares Posts: 368 Solid Baller
    Thank Rod, great tip, I have been struggling with my on side forever, noted recently that when starting the turn with my hip I end with a more controlled and efficient turn.
    AkBob
  • 6balls6balls Posts: 6,081 Mega Baller
    Hey, ski content--I love it! Also some great stuff there. I've always been a more "closed to the boat" skier in the lean, and have had success opening just a little bit. What strikes me in this lesson is the chest even more toward the shore as breaking to edge change--never thought about it that way but see where it would pick up width.
    So many different ways to say the same thing, but this lesson resonates with me.
    Dave Ross--die cancer die
    ZmanMDB1056
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