the only thing that is going to help is to practice a ton, and don't be afraid to try something, but don't try something that is too far beyond you current skills, because I've seen plenty of peopele get hurt trying something they weren't ready to try.
yah practise alot... only thing i wood really suggest is learn to ski switch really well.. spend hours just doing switch runs and getting used to popping off your tails and nose and spinning around back and forth from switch to regular... it pays off in the future when you get into more complicated switch tricks if your really comfortable it helps alot
thanks guys, i appreciate the tips.
btw i know i should railslide b4 pretzel lol. yeah for the guy who asked, i started off skiing and went to boarding, and i skied about 10 out of 30 outings last year. im comfortable on most runs, mostly because i skate very well as a result of hockey. so basically, the park's the only place i aint been. if i get the 07 fujas, could i learn slides and presses easier? would it have nice pop? could i still carve? thanks.
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i have the o5 fuj's, and i ski all mountain with them. up untill the end of lat season they didnt really see park. they carve fairly well and pop up really nice. havent seen any rails or boxes yet so i cant tell you anything about that