- Nov 12, 2015
- New England
I know what I know. But I'm seeking discussion based on what others know, and hoping they express their knowledge differently than I would. I'm looking for communicative enrichment around this topic.Small movements closer to the snow get more done with less energy expenditure keeping your feet under you... you get to adjust your roots instead of just tossing yourself around in a breeze, but I think you know this.
If five people reading this thread were to find words to describe how their skiing benefits from tipping those ankles, and if those people were speaking from personal experience, and if they were using the words that they use in their own internal dialogue, wouldn't that be good reading? They would all be speaking with different words, but their tellings would be related to each other. We'd get a comprehensive image of the benefits.
That internal dialogue might need to be generated specifically for this thread if they usually don't think about their skiing, so it might be "work" to come up with a verbal description of the benefits. Or it might flow easily because they do normally pay attention to ankle-tipping and its benefits.
That's the kind of stuff that I'm hoping people will offer up.