I am always trying to perfect my technique while still simply enjoying the sport. Some days I can really be in the zone. Other days it can be a different matter. As a geezer, I recognize I will never reach the expert level of my son and a daughter who are PSIA certified at the highest level. However, I do know I can continue to improve. For many years until his demise, friend Marty Stiles and I spent many hours working on technique and discussing new approaches to skiing. Marty, who only started skiing at 65 was a wonderful role model as an enthusiastic learner.
In conclusion, here is a Skier Haiku poem that is advice on how to make the perfect carved turn.
Tilt to little toe.
Other ski follows along.
Perfect carve is done.
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