Guy Heatherington at Whistler – Blackcomb gives us a beginners look at first bumps in the following short video.

Guy’s line of choice is the front of the bump or top of the bump technique, which is a great way to learn if you’re a beginner in the bumps.

It’s not easy to ski in the bumps so anything that will help you visualize a path through them is worth a try.

The importance of staring down the slope is a focal point of Guy’s philosophy and it should be a part of our own skiing in moguls.

Trust that landing is there and that gives you the confidence to always be spotting the next turn.

Here’s Guy!

Hope you enjoyed that segment from Guy.

Take it to the zen!