Ryan wrote:Yea I have one.... er well.. one that i'll talk about now. I drop my hands when I get tired. badly. Then my pole plants get really lazy because of it. Makes everything sloppy from the top down. I find that good control and turn placement can really start in the hands.
Admin wrote:When I get tired, I tend to bend at my waist, rather than from my knees and hips.
Tony Crocker wrote:When I start doing that I should retreat to the groomers for a while to recoup. But on interesting mountains and especially on powder days I don't.
Ryan wrote:I still catch myself all the time staying out 1 run too many.
Ryan wrote:Ya know. You may be older I'll give you that. My problem comes in when the mind says yes and the knees say no. I've done enough damage over the years that when I get tired and they start to weaken my right knee will completely give out. It is actually sort of comical to people watching because I will be in the middle of a normal turn, just cruising along, and my knee will let go and I collapse into a heap. Fun for them, not fun for me.
Ryan wrote:How on Earth did you do that much damage to your leg???? That had to be a car wreck or something. I'd hate to think that you did that on skis.
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