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easiski, nice description of a turn! Wasn't there something about tucking the pelvis forward as well?!
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laundryman, No, still chuckle from time to time! He also said in answer to a question about qualifications from a French instructor that the level was now exactly the same. Very Happy

David@traxvax, I find that (bizzarely) I can ski slalom skis with my feet closer together than many other skis. My Scratchs make me backslide a bit as they quite like to be flat-ish on the slope (although they will carve, but not to the limit). However my new skis (which haven't yet touched the snow) are very wide in the tip and tail, so we'll see. Smile

rob@rar.org.uk, yes, but most people have a reasonable lower back position, so I don't bother to over-talk the issue unless there's a problem (horse riders have a hard time with that).

KISS (keep it simple, stupid!)
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