This was brought up during the last episode and it had come up a few times since Nate is usually complaining about his bike handling.
It sounds like Nate is suggesting to get a big lean with the bike in order to get it to corner better. This isn’t always the best way to corner when you are not on pavement if i am understanding correctly. When you have a nice banking, lean the bike pretty aggressively, but on most flat and off camber turns you really want to lean your body more than the bike.
This is covered quite well in the mastering mountain bike skills book, but since Lee McCormack was a coauthor of that book I’m wondering if he’s revised that recommendation.