Flexing the legs in transition -- from one turn into the next -- is one of the fundamentals of PMTS Direct Parallel. This action keeps you connected to the snow, enables you to tip on edge early in the turn, and lets the momentum of one turn help you start the next. Many skiers have learned the opposite movement pattern - extending the legs or standing up to start a new turn. This leaves you disconnected from the snow, and unable to tip on edge. This boot touch lesson will help you learn the timing and action of flexing that will make you smoother in your turns.
Presenter: Harald Harb
19 minutes, Hi-Definition, Copyright 2014
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|720p||672 MB||ALL Including tablets, Android phones, iPads, iPhones, TVs and computer monitors||H.264 mp4; 1280x720 progressive, 29.97 fps; Target 6 Mbps|