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舊 2014-03-31, 11:37 PM   #7
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I talked to my mentor and some trainer last weekend about the mogul skiing. To my surprise, they don't see mogul skiing is of much difference from skiing on groomed runs. They explained to me that skiing on groomed runs is of 2-dimensional, while skiing on bumps is of 3-dimensional. The addition is the absorption to deal with the third dimension.

An interesting quote from the lastest SKI Magazine, Michael Rogan quotes an ancient proverb: "It's not that you can't ski bumps. It's that you can't ski, and the bumps prove it."

That tells me that a good skier should be able to ski on any terrain in any condition. ... So my goal for next season will be focusing on bumps!


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作者: pku 查看文章
Usually racers do not ski bump well but they have sound skiing technique. They get use to speed while we normal people scare speed and get tensed up which will affect our coordination.

In Japan, racers got no future since they can't compete with white guys. If they get in these kind of competition, they become well know and can earn a better living than a racer. Once they try to change, they usually can be the top force since they don't afraid of speed.

I scared of speed so I can only ski fast on green runs like Norman. When I skied with Joshe Foster at Big White while he's carving and I try to carve to keep up with him on a steep blue run (28 degree ) , I was scared to death and need to slip to control.
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