字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Off-piste is a very broad subject and what we're going to look at today is something you'll find a lot of around the mountain and that's tracked out powder stuff that's had a lot of traffic over it and people skiing down. It's really important to keep the basics of what you've learn't on piste the techniques exactly the same we're going to look at some tactics to help you get this sorted and a good strong body position Quite a challenge but really good fun. Everybody's dream is to ski powder but the reality is when you come off-piste a lot of the time is going to be this crud or chopped up snow. Each turn might feel different so having a good solid body position is going to really help and absolutely no hesitation between the turns as soon as you're ready go for the next turn Trust the skis they're going to cut through this stuff My arms are in front and a good strong pole plant is helping me link the turns once I finish the turn in control I fully commit to the new turn without any hesitation be really conscious about how you are standing keep those arms in front and line yourself up nice and smooth the chest can face towards the tip of the bottom ski but if you start to lose your inside hand and getting loose, too much twisting and loosing that balance you're going to really struggle this snow. Keep the hands there Keep yourself lined up. I'm staying in control so that I don't panic at the start of the turn and feel the need to throw the skis around Remember, smooth round turns So it's not about being relaxed and floppy and too loose but if you're really stiff and rigid every single bump and rut you're going to hit is going to really throw you off balance and adjust what's happening. So keep yourself firm but don't go rigid. Skiing varied snow like this is excellent practice for your skiing in general. From piste to powder it's all about getting the basics right and crud will highlight areas you need to work on Have faith in the skis even though the snow looks really choppy they will cut through it sometimes the snow might look quite flat but underneath it could be quite choppy keep the position there, relax those legs and let them absorb everything. There are obstacles down here so I'm looking ahead and plotting my run Knowing where I'm going will give me a lot more time and let me ski the whole slope as a run Keep these tips in mind and you'll find you'll start enjoying the crud instead of trying to avoid it.