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舊 2014-03-30, 10:18 PM   #75
taichiskiing
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I can say that you are partly right. Once one know how to turn, that they start to find the line to get down the hill. There are so many skiers or riders on the slope and one must find a line down the mountain. A good skier can find a predetermined route, the line down the hill while a less skilled skier can only 見步行步
Yes, here's some typical examples of "見步行步"/"turn skiing,"

Short Turn Big White 2011-1 - YouTube



and "line skiing."

Taichi Skiing/Flatboarding: powder day, Olympicdownhill, Heavenly, TTB - YouTube



And check out the "rounded tracks" that the skier left behind.

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A good skier should be able to carve or steer and even skid the skis on a smooth manner. If a guy only lock on the edges, for sure he can't considered a very good skier. A lot of inexperienced racers can only carve and skid in a rough manner when they can't carve.
"A good skier should be able to carve or steer and even skid the skis on a smooth manner." So, what's "wrong" with this skiing again?

Taichi Skiing/Flatboarding: Pines, Heavenly - YouTube



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I can ski the bumps in many ways, different lines according to the turns I made, depends on the condition and steepness of the runs. Snowrider skied with me and he saw that. Even with Snowrider, I didn't ask him to record my skiing although he got go pro on his helmets.
I can see that, I already said that you a good bumper, but can you ski "smoothly" out side the bumps hills? Nevertheless, you cannot "follow" my line.

Taichi Skiing/Flatboarding: Olympic Pines, Heavenly - YouTube



Notice the "chaser" makes two turns for my one turn, @ around 1:13, 1:45, 1:55... Do you think that you can do better?

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