Well here's the scenario. I am left handed writing, right handed throwing, left footed kicking, and I spin to the left. Ok well when I start grinding rails in the upcoming season, my left foot goes forward. So that means I will spin 90 degress to my right(which is unnatural). So can I spin to my left to get off of the rail? I don't see many do this so that is why I am asking. Should I just train right foot forward or what?
Send me to Ski Camp!
ride it the same way you would jump on a skateboard...heres how you practice...put a skateboard in front of you and run and jump on it...that is how you slide a rail...you have to be as balanced as you would on a skate as you would on a rail...
do whatever is comfortable to you. last season i could only spin to my left, but this season i can only spin to my right, but when i do misties off a diving board i can only do those to the right.
'ride it the same way you would jump on a skateboard...heres how you practice...put a skateboard in front of you and run and jump on it...that is how you slide a rail...you have to be as balanced as you would on a skate as you would on a rail...'
umm no, i jump on regular onto a skateboard but on a rail my right foot is forward and balance is good, so i dont know what the hell your talking about
i have the same probnlem as crichton, i regular grind right foot forward,ride a skateboard left foot forward and when i go onto rails switch i grind left foot forward. i think it is good to be like this
i do believe i may be the most fucked of all. i write with my right, spin to the left left, skate regular(left foot forward), throw right, play lax lefty, play hockey righty, lincoln to the right, rodeo right, misty to the left, snowboard goofy, and jib right foot forward, but when i come in switch to a rail i spin unnatural into it
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