At the apex of a turn, stand against your outside leg. Flex your ankles and tip your feet to move your body forward and to the inside.
 Aim your shoulders and your eyes down the hill rather than where your skis are pointing and your mass is moving.
 When your upper body is slightly countered, your skis will naturally flatten and begin to seek their new edges as you enter your next turn.
 Pressure the front of your new outside ski, and repeat the previous steps.
 Moving laterally without also moving forward puts you in the back seat early.
 If you finish a turn on the tails of your skis, you stress your legs and knees.
[3 & 4] When you’re this far back at the transition, your skis’ shovels are completely disengaged, unable to do their job of pulling you through the turn.