Analyze this Wally:Spot my 3 biggest mistakes!

AndreAndre Posts: 1,184 Crazy Baller
edited July 2013 in Technique & Theory
I really don t have the chance to video often.Last time was like 5-6 years ago.
I thought i had improve a bit...until watching!!!
I read about about every technical article and post but it seems that everytime those 55 are approaching,my brain just die on me and it s chasing bouys time again and again...and again!
I live on a lake and ski 12-15 sets a week.I know it s a lot but summer is so short here.My 6 weeks of vacations are almost over and i will be back to skiing 5-8 sets a week soon.
I would like you guys to spot and help me on my 3 biggest mistakes that you will see in those videos.I know that there is a lot more then 3 things i need to fix but i want to concentrate on those 3 big ones that could help me the most.
Be prepare to see bad technique every step of the course!!!
So,enjoy and spot those 3 big things that could help me the most!
Hope this work!
28 and 32 off including brain fart at 5!
Thanks for taking time!
Andre


Comments

  • Than_BoganThan_Bogan Posts: 6,359 Mega Baller
    Sorry but anybody who runs -28 has lost all Wally cred... :)
    Nathaniel Bogan -- GUT Padawan
    andjulesBrady
  • mwetskiermwetskier Posts: 1,329 Mega Baller
    very far from being an expert but the main 3 i see are

    1- your not ever stacked or aligned over the ski on your on side pull
    2- you change edges and release handle at the same time
    3- you block the finish of your off side turn when you rotate your right arm and shoulder around to reach for the handle.
  • AndreAndre Posts: 1,184 Crazy Baller
    I feel like one.Ran my first 32 6 years ago.No 35 yet.
    Sometime ,i get the feeling everyone on BOS run 39...
    OK.maybe not a Wally but still need your advices Than ...and others!!!
    Thanks!
  • Than_BoganThan_Bogan Posts: 6,359 Mega Baller
    @Andre There's not too many people on earth who have run -39, although we're very fortunate that several of them contribute quite a lot to BoS. Personally, I'm starting to get some handle on -38 (though no completions yet this year), and even so I can't understand how -39 is even possible. Nothing like a half meter to change everything!

    Understood on wanting advice. Hopefully I'll find the time for some "real" comments soon.
    Nathaniel Bogan -- GUT Padawan
    Brady
  • AndreAndre Posts: 1,184 Crazy Baller
    edited July 2013
    @mwetskier
    Thanks for the comments.That s what i was looking for.Another perspective from my own analysis.Just back from skiing and stayed at 28 off to work on body position and delayed my reach while keepin the handle close,that help on width.Thanks!
    Good coaching is not an option near where i live.You guys are the only ones that can help me ski better so go ahead and tell me what i am doing wrong!
    T.I.A.
    Andre
  • BradyBrady Posts: 1,057 Mega Baller
    @Andre As you know, I am anything but an expert! I would offer one observation, but only because you asked for it. When you are starting, you seem to go very fast from the 55's out to get ready to go through the entrance gates. It seems if you slow this process down, you will be able to get much wider and have an easier go at the balls. From all the videos of the pros and @Than_Bogan I see, they get really wide at first, and they seem to be waiting for the gates. Yours seem to be very fast and not as wide.

    With that said, I would give you certain body parts to be able to ski as well as you right now!!! So take that advice in the spirit in which it was given. With nothing but humility and respect for your ability!!!
    I ski, therefore I am
  • AndreAndre Posts: 1,184 Crazy Baller
    Thanks Brady!I appreciate your comment and i think you re right too! I m not high enough on the side of the boat when i turn in for the gate.Truth is, i ve got a poor gate when i start cutting rope off...I ll work on this too!
    Keep those comments coming guys! I appreciate the time you take to help me!
    I really do!
  • BoneHeadBoneHead Posts: 6,028
    Forget about 3 things. Fix one thing. Position, position, position. Get stacked and stay stacked.
    Shane "Crash" Hill

    Than_BoganSkoot1123

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