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#1 Mon, Sep 21, 2009 1:17 AM

ToddF
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From: Kennewick, Wa
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Skis At: mudhole
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Weight transfer

I have noticed that when I get my weight forward at the finish of a turn I can get much better angle.  It seems like I can get stuck forward across the wake, or if I do it to soon then I am in the drink, it seems awsome when I do it right, but very inconsistent.

If I am back at the finish of the turn then I feel like I am in better position, but cannot get the same angle.

Has anyone else noticed this in their skiing and which do you prefer, which is better for running 38 off and up?

Thanks

Todd

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#2 Mon, Sep 21, 2009 3:01 AM

ToddF
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From: Kennewick, Wa
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Skis At: mudhole
Foot Forward: right

Re: Weight transfer

I can't run 38 off, but would like to. So I guess the question is for any length line.

Todd

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