Max_501 wrote:The goal is not winding and unwinding. Especially unwinding which is passive. At the end of the turn flex and tip hard. In steeps and bumps you want those skis upside down asap.
The difficulty we're having up here when we do that is getting the stance leg extended. What happens is that a crouch develops. I believe the fix for this is a cleaner release with more momentum to float through transition.
Perhaps the real issue is with the lateral weight distribution in transition.
I've found that working with the weighted release *does* get my stance leg extended, so perhaps maintaining a bit more weight on the stance leg through transition will help get the new stance leg longer when there is less performance from the ski?