i gotta ask u some major questions bothering me about big jumps. I live in a country where freestyle is not very popular cuz i don't wannna say it's not popular at all so i have nowhere to go with my problems bcuz nobody is skiing freestyle here in Poland. So i wanna start jumping bigger kickers and i wonder whats the main diffrence when you're hittin a small profiled jump with a 3-4 m gap and the huge one like with a 10 m(for me it's huge so don't laugh) gap. I bet there's much more time to do the trick i want but what happens to our body during the spin and how to properly prepare yourself for the landing. With which trick i should begin, 180 or 36. I feel more comfortable with 180 and i tried it
on a 5 m gap and landed perfectly but when you add the rotations how does this affect your flight and body position. I'm sorry if the thread is lame for you but i gotta know some basics before i start bigger jumps.
if the big jump is 10 meters, don't go faster than you think...overshooting and landing dead flat is alot more dangerous than knuckling a 30 footer. take lots of practice runs into it and stop on the lip, see if you think you'd clear it, go too far, too short, so on.
perfectly legit question, althought his name is a joke, esp the fact that he comes from Poland, now people are ripping some guy because he has 5 posts and has been talking shit.
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