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Amount of ski in the water in turns


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 It is natural for your onside turn to not need as much tip pressure as the offside turn.  I would not change anything unless there is a problem with your turns  such as your offside turning harder then the onside or you breaking at the waist on the back side of the ball because of getting to much tip pressure on your offside.  Just because your tip is higher on your onside then offside does not mean there is a problem.


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