Read the post below, before you read his one, they are in order of posting: Here is the second half of the next turn more detailed.Frame1. After releasing his right ski, (see previous description) by flexing the leg and flattening his outside (downhill) ski, both skis are flat and his legs are at the same flex angle.
Frame 2. As Hirscher increases his inside leg tipping and flexing it allows him to add more angle to that ski because it's less weighted. This brings his body across his skis for the new arc.
Frame 3. Increasing his inside leg flexing and tipping allows his CG to move inside the turn.
Frame 4. Again he becomes more compact bringing his inside arm forward and flexing the inside leg to move it out of the way so his body can move closer to the snow creating more outside ski angle. He has yet to apply full big-toe edge tipping, that comes next.Most coaches are focusing on the wrong side and wrong leg, for modern day skiing. The big toe or outside ski edge, has to come on late, but strong. This can only happen if the body is properly set up. If the big toe edge is the focus (from the beginning) the body is never set up correctly and the skier then grinds his turns, rather than slices his turns.