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舊 2010-06-18, 05:11 AM   #21
taichiskiing
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He show the chrsite because he doesn't have the speed to set the skis on edge a bit away from the body.
Yes, that (losing too much speed, or braking too much) is what happens when he loses his "flow"/fluidity of the run, so it does reflect a flaw in his demonstration/line selection.

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Some level 4 may be more stable but they don't have much speed like him. The bump run he skied was quite steep. CSIA 4 is not very strong skiing, they are stable but not too fast. All level 4 passed the CSCF level2 before they go to take the Exam of CSIA Level 4
Stability shows the maturity of one's skiing at any level, imo. To my understanding, CSIA highest coach level is level 4, so at the highest level, a level 4 should have a thorough knowledge in skiing, as well as a flawless technique, the first guy lacks of the "smoothness" of level 4 performance.

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The following guy pass the level 4 last season, he was not very stable the first few turns

YouTube- Bumps CSIA Level 4 exam
Yes, his "flow"/fluidity is much better than the first guy, and also notice his "absorption" technique, I think that's what examiners are looking for (I would); can be relaxed some more, nevertheless, really a solid run, guess that's already good enough for passing the exam.

:)
IS
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舊 2010-06-18, 06:53 AM   #22
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Yes, that (losing too much speed, or braking too much) is what happens when he loses his "flow"/fluidity of the run, so it does reflect a flaw in his demonstration/line selection.



Stability shows the maturity of one's skiing at any level, imo. To my understanding, CSIA highest coach level is level 4, so at the highest level, a level 4 should have a thorough knowledge in skiing, as well as a flawless technique, the first guy lacks of the "smoothness" of level 4 performance.



Yes, his "flow"/fluidity is much better than the first guy, and also notice his "absorption" technique, I think that's what examiners are looking for (I would); can be relaxed some more, nevertheless, really a solid run, guess that's already good enough for passing the exam.

:)
IS
First, I don't think CSIA level 4 has flawless technique. I saw them skiing quite often. On certain extend you are right for level 4 passing criteria is the Level 4 examiner is looking at more stable performance instead of speed.

If the guy is a level 4 or not, I can ask my CSIA level 4 friend Kawasaki to confirm. Kawasaki is a very aggressive, versatile, elegant skier. Anybody want to take a lesson with him is more than welcome. His alpine skiing is even better than his telemark. He use telemark mostly on backcountry


http://www.youtube.com/v/Zzi32Xu3x5E&hl=ja_JP&fs=1&
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舊 2010-06-18, 09:04 PM   #23
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First, I don't think CSIA level 4 has flawless technique. I saw them skiing quite often. On certain extend you are right for level 4 passing criteria is the Level 4 examiner is looking at more stable performance instead of speed.
As the highest rank in the system, a level 4 should have the highest knowledge and as well as highest level skiing technique in their ski system; they should have flawless performance, at least, in spirit.

Here's we“ski like a penguin league”(no-poles skiing) level 4 standard performance,
YouTube- All-mountain Skiing: free skiing


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If the guy is a level 4 or not, I can ask my CSIA level 4 friend Kawasaki to confirm. Kawasaki is a very aggressive, versatile, elegant skier. Anybody want to take a lesson with him is more than welcome. His alpine skiing is even better than his telemark. He use telemark mostly on backcountry

http://www.youtube.com/v/Zzi32Xu3x5E&hl=ja_JP&fs=1&
Good telemark skiing, is the demonstrator the Kawasaki guy? Good skiing. Yup, telemark skiing is a lot easier with modern plastic boots, cable bindings, and short alpine skis. A lot of modern telemarkers just skidded the tails in parallel turn fashion, they don't "telemarking" anymore. The following is an example of telemarking in classic cross-country skis at 210cm,

YouTube- 太極滑雪/Taichi telemark skiing


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IS
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舊 2010-06-20, 03:41 AM   #24
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That's quite true; knees are the first thing to go when we grow older, and all the high end mogul skiing techniques require on good knees, that's why I don't do mogul much after the terrain park came out on the scene; superpipe has no less fun but much less stress on the knees,
YouTube- Taichi Skiing/Flatboarding: superpipe

have fun, :)
IS
Very nice! I like half pipe, tons of fun. Is that in Heavenly?
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舊 2010-06-20, 01:46 PM   #25
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Very nice! I like half pipe, tons of fun. Is that in Heavenly?
No, sadly to say, Heavenly doesn't build superpipe anymore, so I didn't get to play that much anymore; the clip was taken at Sierra-At-Tahoe a couple of years ago.

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舊 2010-07-01, 10:52 AM   #26
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His parallel turns are fine, I just don't understand why he introduced the open Christie turn in turning on moguls. He maybe a CSIA level 3... but his mogul run was too unstable for a level 4.

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IS
I finally got the email from my half CSIA level 4 friend ( she pass the teaching )
as following:

His name is Fran?ois (I forgot his last name....).
Yes, He is Level 4 and I believe he passed L4 exam at his first try and when
he was very young at that time.
His skiing is so dinamic and very fast, especially in bumps!!
He is a very popular L4 skier in ski school. "


My eyes are not bad.
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舊 2010-07-01, 11:10 PM   #27
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I finally got the email from my half CSIA level 4 friend ( she pass the teaching )
as following:

His name is Fran?ois (I forgot his last name....).
Yes, He is Level 4 and I believe he passed L4 exam at his first try and when
he was very young at that time.
His skiing is so dinamic and very fast, especially in bumps!!
He is a very popular L4 skier in ski school. "


My eyes are not bad.
Maybe he is, hard to tell on that clip though, I'm sure our (ski like a penguin league) L4 (an ex PSIA clinician) would chew on that demon.

:)
IS
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