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.