Originally Posted by glenn
This is junk. Keep your shoulder roughly parallel to your board.
This is helpful sometimes and less helpful other times. The best rider will be able to extend/flex at any point through the turn. This is how you ride over terrain, not just flat groomers.
*Sigh* Bored a work? I forgot you were here to criticize. I concede, I made up the bit about shoulders and fall lines. Please post video of you shredding steep bumps so as show my trashy advice.
And of course I meant that the flex/extend is to be done exactly that way all the time every time with no regard to terrain, speed, people on the slope, trolls correcting basic tips, etc...
Kind of like the duffek stroke. I might just post the description of a duffek but you'd just correct me by saying that each duffek stroke is slightly different depending on boat angle, speed, size of eddy, trolls calling decent, well meaning posters race dweeps and pipe jockeys. Thanks for the correction. We're all better for it.