Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Amazing Hirscher

This is going to result in an error, there is a hump there and he will become airborne, which means his skis will lose contact and he'll go straight for a bit and have to turn late.
He is slightly rotated, (more than he normally gets) but his inside hand is still pushing forward. His inside half and his inside ski tipping is what saves him most of the time when he gets in trouble. That might be something for everyone to adhere to as well.

Remember, if your inside hand is not moving forward in the arc, "You are rotating".

1 comment:

stuart hyderman said...

Yeah, but losing contact is a hoot for a recreational skier!