The correct body position in moguls requires some adjustment from the position used in non-mogul specific groom terrain. The head must continue to be held in a natural position with the vision ahead in order to read the upcoming terrain. The upper body must be upright with the arms held in front at approximately mid torso height.
The three lower body joints (hip, knee & ankle) must always be in a flexed position.
The ankle joint must remain flexed resulting in shin pressure and the pelvis must remain in the correct neutral position throughout all skiing movements.
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