rq0013 Posted February 17, 2009 Share Posted February 17, 2009 I was recently at winter conference clinics and Cale Burdick was trying to show us how to initiate a clean, fast edge changeÃ‚Â with an arm tuck technique. He said he learned it from jack traverse. He said to start the edge change byÃ‚Â kinking in your reaching arm elbow into your core, this starts the edge change and you are ready to counter,then reach. He said this allows the ski to flow through you and to the outside turing edge. What does everyone think about this? Another point he made was that whenÃ‚Â he watched the other pros ski that they had 90% of their weight on their back foot when behind the boat. He skis with most of his weight on his back foot when crossing the wakes to "disengage the wing" and create acceleration. Ã‚Â Some concepts that I learned that Im itching to try Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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