[INTRO] About 7-80% of beginners. Those who break tails at the beginning of the turn. [INTRO] Ah .. This is because I can’t see the pelvis well. [INTRO] The legs are gathered and the pelvis seems to rotate, [INTRO] The pelvis doesn’t actually rotate at all [INTRO] Because it’s an unusual method…. [INTRO] I’m careful to tell you [INTRO] I’m using this method…. Hello. I’m Kim Seung-won Last time we learned about equipment settings. Now let’s talk about BBP Before we get to know BBP Usually beginners … so … Just those who are self-taught Let’s see why Heel-Turn is popping. Most beginners who start Forward-Carving They know you need the pelvic rotation, But.. Because They don’t know how to properly give the pelvic rotation While entering Heel-Turn, even though Heel-Turn had to enter with the pelvic rotation, They couldn’t go in properly Through this front leg stretch They have to prevent weight bias in the future, but They can’t. If you feel resistance in the front with no pelvis in, The pelvis will be biased to forward like this Then the tail doesn’t get stuck properly, so the tail will burst. 7 ~ 80% of beginner’s who burst the tail are weighted forward in the beginning of the turn. The main reason why the weighted forward They can’t do this pelvic rotation properly, so they can’t stretch their front leg. Then, the tail doesn’t get stuck properly. So, The tail will burst. Usually, people say in Forward-Carving, “If you’re good at basic carving, you’re half the ride.” Many people think “Why can’t I ride even though I’m good at basic carving?” “Why can’t I ride even though I’m good at basic carving?” Most of the causes are the pelvic rotation I mentioned. I’m going to tell you right away from BBP If you are concerned about pelvic rotation from BBP stage. I think you will definitely get better. BBP, also called neutral position About Balanced Body Position Let me explain Balanced Body Position is balanced, It means a balanced basic posture. If I take the BBP, Spread as much as my stance, Assuming that the binding angle is set like this, Open the upper body lightly by the angle of the forelegs, The back leg leans slightly on the boots Lightly lean on the boots. You don’t have to lean too hard. Just lean a little bit When you lean, your pelvis is … Don’t just lean The pelvis up the boots. I basically lean it to go up to the boots The front legs stretchs to fit the position. The basic is this. And open the upper body With the head up on the front boots If you pose like this This is a normal BBP posture Is a normal BBP posture, This BBP posture also depends on this riding style and riding situation, Can have a low BBP posture, There is a high BBP posture Even if the height is different All of these are BBP, that is neutral position But as I mentioned before, I tend to pay attention to pelvic rotation from the BBP stage. Speaking of general orthodoxy, According to the front binding angle to open the upper body. But, Beginners are not used to the pelvic rotation So, mstly no matter how you practice your BBP posture, If you ride it, just basic carving will loosen the pelvis like this. If you ride Heel-Turn, your upper body won’t open, This is because the pelvic rotation is not used at all. So in my case, even if I practice BBP at home To care as much as possible about the pelvic rotation A little too much Trying to open the pelvis more than the front binding angle If you practice while trying to open the upper body as close to the vertical on the board as possible When you ride it, the pelvis does not loosen naturally With the pelvis open like this, you can do basic carving or riding. Now … I want to tell you how to do pelvic rotation. I’ll shoot the camera in first person view I can’t see the pelvis, so I take off the top. When most beginners rotate the pelvis Misunderstanding is when doing pelvic rotation, Many people know that “fold back knees”. Fold it like this ~ The legs are gathered, the pelvis seems to rotate, Actually ~ The pelvis doesn’t rotate at all Just folding the back knee is never get a pelvic rotation. What you need to care about is not gathering your knees To rotate the pelvis. To rotate the pelvis like this Don’t gather knees Even if strech both legs, To rotate the pelvis like this When doing basic carving, you have to keep riding in this position Rotate the pelvis, and the BBP posture leans slightly back boots Put the pelvis on the back of the boots Now this posture is very very important When you first practice the BBP posture, do not sit comfortably like this. Sit back with the pelvis as far as possible, Remember this sensation, the tension in muscles you must be applied when riding Lastly, I want you to practice your BBP posture a lot at home. You can practice by looking in the mirror I told you to put the pelvis up in the back of the boots And, you thought you put your pelvis on the back boots But, you’re more likely not to be on the back boots in fact. Too back Too forward ~ In fact, it’s quite common to not be able to put it on the boots. So take a look at a big mirror in your house and stand sideway. Whether I have a pelvis on my rear boots or not And Whether your head is on front boots or not You do a lot of up and down exercises like this, BBP posture. Please practice a lot of BBP posture depending on the height (Camera team saying) Just do the posture one more time Standing in front of a big mirror, Rotate the pelvis Leaning slightly back boots, the pelvis put on the boots ~ Because it is difficult to put the pelvis on the boots than you thought You may have to think that the pelvis should be on the tail side more than the boots. First look at the mirror Put the pelvis on the back boots, head to the front This posture is the basic posture If the posture goes up, the pelvis will come a little bit forward. That much, Get your head closer to the center from the front boot up down up down You do this practice in the mirror BBP Posture. Familiarize yourself with the position of the pelvis rotated. It’s an unusual way for me to say I’m careful to tell you I’ve taught people how to ride Heel-Turn stably this way, Trust me With this pelvic rotation a bit much from the BBP stage Do the pelvic rotation as much as you can do ~ I will tell you about basic carving later Even in the basic carving stage, I will tell you little too much pelvic rotation.