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舊 2014-03-30, 07:30 AM   #71
taichiskiing
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One needs to turn well and then have the ability to choose different line. The result is to be able to get down the hill fast . 高手
You are correct, but you are talking about "line skiing." One must learn how to turn first before he or she can "apply" the technique to ski a line, and "line skiing" utilize the terrain to save energy and increases performance, which requires additional "mountain" knowledge, thus "line skiing" is a higher skill/technique than "turn skiing." And that's why the ski racing was developed from slalom to nowadays Super-G.

Sochi Olympics 2014 | Ted Ligety: Giant Slalom (GS) Skier's Unique Turning | The New York Times - YouTube



nevertheless, for us reactional skiers to pursue racing skills is "好高騖遠" pursuit, imo. I have too many times that I have to correct my friends' illfated carving technique, by teaching them "slipping turn" and proper line selection, to make them a "smooth" skier again. (Otherwise, they couldn't follow me through the trees.)

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Just like skiing the bumps , we can choose our own line. I can't ski the fastest line cause my turning is good but need to be better to take that line
You can "choose" your own line only in the bumps, because the "resolution" of the bumps quite uniform and matches your "turn radius," nevertheless, when you ski trails and flat terrain, your fancy short turns performance becomes your limitation, you have to turn with the "turning radius" of the skis, and you'll be out of balance if you don't follow the radius of the ski, so you turn back and forth to go where you want to go, and that's the essence of "Turn Skiing," so, you cannot choose your own line on the smooth groomers. "Turn skiing's" performance is limited by "turn radius" of skis.

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