It has been brought o my attention, that the zero spin, is not as difficult as it is made out to be. I think there is a lot of hype abut how difficult the zero spin is, but in all seriousness, how many people do you see fall on them? I think they appear to be harder in the ski industry only because they have been made out to be, like 4 years ago. Things have cahnged since 4 years ago.
Now on the other hand, huge zero spins (and im not talking even 50-60, i mean lik at least 75+) can be very difficult, props to Andy Mahre, as well as taking zerospins to the bottom of the landing on a big jump, props to Lolo Favre.
Don't get me wrong, I think zero spins can lok sick and I will do them on occassion, but I do think that they are highly overrated, and this should be recognized in the ski industry.
These are my thoughts, What are yours?
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