A. Look Ahead To clear a rollover, you have to see it and be ready for it. Keep your eyes on it as you approach; your hands and head should be up and forward and your legs should be extended but not stiff.
B. Fly in Balance Push your hands ahead of your knees. As long as your center of mass is forward, it’s OK—even good—if you leave the snow. In the air, your can subtly adjust your skis to match the new slope angle.
C. Land Softly Extend your legs again as you get ready to meet the snow, and be ready to absorb the landing. Once you’re back on the snow and in balance, you are free to turn wherever you want.