Last time we started off just straight running down the hill and feeling those skis slide.
And then we introduced a snowplough, or wedge,to give you your first feeling of a brake
And we finished off with pushing the back of the ski out and turning the foot and changing direction nice and smooth.
This time we're going to pick it up a step, we've found ourselves a wider, longer slope just to give you more time to do the run.
And we're going to start off by pushing the ski around and turning that foot and then committing to it.
Standing on that lower ski and that's going to take you across giving you much better control.
The basics are still really important.
My hands are going to be in front and I'm going to be looking down the slope where I'm going.
Let's have a go.
Nice and relaxed keep those hands in front.
Snow plough, push the back of the ski around and then I can actually stand onto that downhill foot.
What you would have seen there is my body position was staying nicely lined up.
I'm looking ahead, arms in front.
The reason we're on a nice flat slope here is so you're not intimidated.
We really want to feel that commitment over the downhill ski.
let the control and weight come onto it and it's going to take you across the slope.
Arms in front looking where you're going and stay relaxed.
That's a good position.