The word "bounce" comes from the English "rebound". According to the dictionary definition, the word means "a movement back from an impact". When used as a verb, it means "spring back; spring away from an impact". No matter whether it is a noun or a verb, it can be interpreted as "rebound" in Chinese. So what does this rebound have to do with our skiing?
When we stand on the snowy path, the centrifugal force formed by our weight and the speed of taxiing will exert a pressure on the snowboard and cause the snowboard to bend. This pressure will be transmitted to the snow surface when we take this. When the pressure is released, the snowboard will rebound in the opposite direction. Whether it is speed control type snow slide, or carbine type edge blade glide, snow boards will have a rebound. We need to have a momentary process of shifting the center of gravity when we end a C-bend into the next C-bend, referred to as the transition zone or the neutral position for the end of the previous bend-> into the transition zone-> the beginning of the next turn. Here, how to combine the resilience obtained after releasing the snowboard pressure with the gliding propulsive force (produced by speed) is an issue that every skier who wants to become a high level needs to consider and practice repeatedly.
The repulsive force caused by the speed-controlled snowball blade is absorbed through the extension. Therefore, when slipping a small bend, you must make full use of the fast-paced body to move up and down to apply pressure and release pressure on the snowboard. Or called absorbing the rebound of the snowboard.
When Cabin is gliding, whether or not it is reasonable to obtain the rebound of the snowboard is closely related to the quality of the standing edge. When Carben is taxiing, he must fully erect his sword. How can he fully erect his blade? The body is to press vertically on the snowboard (see figure). How to achieve such a standing edge? The premise is to ensure that standing is reasonable: that is, maintain a good balance of standing. The stance is reasonable, and the body is vertically pressurized to the snowboard. The snowboard forms a camber and generates a rebound force. After this series of actions is completed, the next step is how to release the rebound force in the second half of the bend or before the bend. What kind of direction to release the problem. The direction of the release of this resilience is not static. It should be dealt with according to the speed of gliding and the magnitude of the resilience obtained. Personal feeling, when sliding large bends and middle bends, this rebound force moves along the center of gravity from one side to the other before falling out of the corner (to complete the action in the transition band) toward the fall line. As we move down the slope, what the coach usually tells us about the extended action actually includes the release of this rebound force and the forward-directed movement. I personally prefer to use "previously put down pressure" to describe this resilience treatment. When high-speed sliding big bends or mid-bends, the masters can use this rebound force to achieve the air blade change. This moment is the climax of every C-curve. When the same rhythm continuously slides the big bend, the rhythm of the same rhythm will appear. It is a wonderful, intoxicating feeling. When sloping a carbine or a small bend after the first card, the repulsive force must be handled by the action of taking the leg. The action of the leg raises the back and forth movement of the center of gravity. Imagine: You face down the hill and do a S-bend motion along a straight line. This line is a roll-off line. When you descend from a slope to a slope, when you enter a bend, the double-plate heads are pulled out to the outside. Previously, your feet drive the double-plate head from the outside to the inside, ie the roll-off line, to form a reversed comma. When the double-plate slides towards the roll-off line, your center of gravity is the rear, and the leg slips to the roll. After the position of the landing line, when it is taken back in the direction of the abdomen immediately, the speed caused by the gap formed between the slope and the slope pushes your upper body to rush down the hill. Is your upper body rushing in front of your leg? This movement causes the center of gravity to move forward and immediately advances to the next bend. The same action is repeated in sequence to form a continuous S-curve. This leg-closing action is one of the reflexes of small bends, and it is also the most commonly used!
So how to make this rebound? The body's self-respect is on the one hand, and the centrifugal force and gravity caused by the gliding speed, and our perception of the resistance to the snow surface and the degree of harmony. In the carbene type slide method, if the rebound force is released from the cross-slope, rather than being released toward the roll-off line, a slippery method for introducing the bender to the outer footer is common in the case of slippery bends. If it is released in the direction of the roll-off line, the inner leg-dominant bend-slip method is common in shallow bends and large bends. No matter what kind of sliding method, you must avoid extreme pursuit of resilience. This resilience must be consistent with your sliding speed and the strength of the snowboard. The rebound is too small, you need a greater extension of the conversion to achieve conversion; too strong rebound, if you can not harm her, she will violence and you, let you pop up! When you fall, you're upside down.
(The author of this article, Honghua Liang)
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