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Would yall take park lessons? Would it be worth it if they were avaliable? Like helping with things such as cork 7s/9s and dspins, etc.
it might be sweet for learning advanced stuff, but the thing is that you would prolly need pro coaches to have someone really knowledgable that would no how to do pretty much any trick.
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^^ very true, but yeah i would be cool to take lessons
they do have ski camps offered all year, and the most popular ones are in early summer at mount hood, where they have pros ski with people and help them on their tricks
I live in PC and they have camps all summer...all kinds of coaching for the water ramps. If you want to get really good it is essential.
i would, but id like to go to a camp even more
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27. 1 to do it, 2 to say they can do it better, and the rest to sit in the landing.
camps more fun. tons of free stuff. cool new people. ski with pros. get taugh by pros. get to ride during the summer.
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fuck that, asks peps in the park
i like pow pow!
locally, to get your certification you need to be able to jib a 10ft box and 180 a 15 ft jump.. BAM certified. im pretty sure the odd gapper from rentals could make it.
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Best of luck kid, best of luck.
c'mon jake you need to be able to do a 3.
for mine we had to slide at 6ft ALUMINUM rail!! (thanks bishop) for those that don't know, aluminum being much softer than steel ski edges slides like shit. even the best skiers were havin problems
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