If you’re already linking Phantom Turns in bumps, you’re on the right track. To ski steeper or larger bumps, or to go faster, you need to be earlier and quicker with your movements. Tipping the new free foot early, to a high angle, will start your skis curving so you can snake through the bumps and maintain speed control. Flexing the legs further allows you to absorb bigger bumps, and extending them more quickly keeps the skis on the snow. It becomes critical in tight bumps that you keep your feet and legs pressed together.