unweighting

un·weight

 (ŭn-wāt′)
tr.v. un·weight·ed, un·weight·ing, un·weights
To reduce the pressure on (a ski or skateboard) by shifting one's weight in order to execute a turn.

unweighting

(ʌnˈweɪtɪŋ)
n
(Skiing) the action of minimizing the pressure of body weight on a ski before a turn by briefly bending down or straightening up
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