Master of Snowplow
Pugski Ski Tester
- Aug 17, 2016
- SF Bay Area, CA, USA
Nice turns, Josh! I am not an expert so I'm asking, but is it possible that these bumps between the trees were much softer snow where you can pretty much choose a wider, smoother line? (if you are an expert skier, that is). Moseley was clearly not demonstrating the Infinity move, as much as gracefully pivoting between deep, steep,hard packed bumps, but if you look at his legs and his COM, it seems to me that the legs are describing a much wider trajectory, and the trajectory does look really smooth to me.Heck I am showing more Infinity move than Mosley in this bumpy woods run. but not every turn, because in some turns its not appropriate.
In other words, I interpret Moseley's turns as a "constrained infinity move". Where the constraint is provided by the bumps and his choice of pivoting at the top of the bump. Cheers!