yeah i'm goin to high north (never been there before) and i really wanna learn a lot. my goal is to learn a rodeo 5, and i know i can learn it if i really try
-I don't trust anything that bleeds for 7 days and doesn't die
it is on you. it's how much you want it. If you want to try new tricks then expect that it is not going to be easy. The coaches, the environment, and everything else will make it more comfortable to progress to the tricks that you want. They can help you out tremendously. But still, it's up to you to perform them. Just do it, push yourself. You won't regret it.
By the end of your session you may not even see great progression, but if you've listened to everything the coaches told you and learn from the other riders, then you could just have gained priceless knowledge that will help you take your skiing to the next level.
In a nut shell, push yourself passed the limit that you set for yourself, remain positive, have fun, and absorb everything you learn.
If you do this, I guarantee you will progress greatly
it doesnt help when the glacier is filled w/ clouds though. I've been to SMS for two years and the 1st year (sesh 1)it was competley cloudy and snowing/raining for four of the 6 days, same with last year (sesh 2). And the days it wasnt snowing it was kinda cold. If we dont get some sun this year im gonna quit skiing, because it is god telling me something
(SMS SESSION 2)
''...ride away clean and smiling, and taunt the rail by waving around your middle finger at it. (Note: if you have mittens on then it's important to take them off before preforming this procedure.'' -Boyd Easley (on rail sliding)
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