Same as skiing forward really, weight on the outside ski, and just turn to scrub speed. Practice skiing groomers...or anything really, but start on easy green and blue groomers, and just ride everything switch...the more you do it, the more natural it will become.
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"a simple equation:
force of impact + force of steeze = 0
the two negate each other. for eric, stomping a 60 ft cornice switch is like jumping on a really soft hotel mattress." - ChronicF explaining why Eric Pollard still has knees.
lead with your downhill ski and use weight on it to turn. look over your left shoulder to turn right, right shoulder to turn left.
use the reverse snowplow if until you are comfortable with turning and then use that as a way to dump speed. the harder you turn the more speed you drop. do it as much as possible and youll soon get the hang of it and wont be looking to dump speed much anymore
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switch pizzas n frenchfries! make sure you legs go reallly far apart when you do it too!
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yah turning really isnt that hard it helps to keep one ski in front of the other and really turn your body so you can see whats going on, feet apart helps too, check out andy mahre or pollard, they seem to have it down