Early pressure is a term encountered quite often in the ski instruction world, but it may just be a red herring, let's check it out. The really critical thing to do at the top of the turn is creating big angles in preparation for pressure (both ski angle and body angulation) and if you instead extend the legs too hard and apply pressure too early, it will stop your edging, compromise edge engagement and likely cause a skid.
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