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舊 2013-08-09, 16:33   #376
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What one needs is more practice:

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What one needs is more practice:

The above one is more pivoting, less edging, The following one edge early and make use the sidecut more, we said that is more performance



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"Dolphin Turns" was mentioned in a number of previous postings in this thread.

Just read an article on mogul skiing exercise, one of the mogul instructors (ex-WC mogul racer) in Trois Vallees made the following comment:

"Why do you want feet closer together in bumps?
Answer: if feet are wide then they can be different sides of a bump or just hitting each bump at different times causing loss of balance, whereas if they are closer then they are closer to doing the same thing which is much easier to control.

If you stand with feet close together and weight even, then someone pushes to your left then your left foot will move to the left to stop you falling over resulting in wide feet. If you anticipate the push to the left and shift your weight onto left foot so that you can push back to the right then you can keep feet still. Having your feet too wide in the bumps is normally a result of not commiting enough weight onto the outside big toe quick enough as you start each turn. One of my favourite drills for this is to ski on the 'flats' lifting the tail of each inside ski, and touching the inside heel to the top of the outside boot (i.e. right heel to top of left boot). By top of the boot I really just mean above the ankle. I think I should come up with a name for this drill. Any suggestions?

Another drill is the 'magnet drill'. What you do is attach very strong magnets to the inside of each boot (make sure you get the polarity correct!) so that the boots can slide against each other but can't be moved apart. That way you can maintain independent feet but with the stance width locked. Alternatively you can just imagine that you have 2 magnets!

I never use dolphin turns for moguls training, and in 8 years of World Cup moguls I never saw any athlete using them for training. The problem is the first part where the weight comes back onto the tails. However if you just take the second part of a dolphin turn where the weight comes forward then you have a useful drill. To build these up, start off standing still on skis. Get someone to lift your ski tip just off the ground and then shift your weight forward to try and push their hand back down. You will use this movement as you go over the bumps to try and keep the tips down. To continue practicing on the 'flats', jump the tails of the skis off the ground as you start each turn. I call these 'phin turns' which is a name that I just made up but sure you can all see why.

Try squatting down, then lift your toes and ball of foot. Does that feel balanced? Now try lifting your heels so that you are on your toes/ball of foot, again while in a squat. Does that feel more or less balanced? Now try both again but this time stand and squat quickly while keeping either your toes off the ground or keeping your heels off the ground. Which one works and which one makes you fall over? (If you didn't fall over then you weren't moving up and down fast enough) I could tell you but it's so much better if you feel the answer. "
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Some good points in the video:

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舊 2013-11-06, 20:57   #380
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Skiing down moguls with ease


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Some tips on mogul skiing from Bob Barnes in Winter Park, Colorado:

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舊 2014-04-26, 12:08   #382
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Some tips on mogul skiing from Bob Barnes in Winter Park, Colorado:

Looks like the trainer skis better than him
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Finishing the turn:

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日本技術選高手滑 moguls , 比加拿大 CSIA 教練勁




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