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Carving required for cork 5?
I was trying cork 5 today and yes i have looked at other threads drop your sholder and look at your heels but do you need to carve to do it. Does it make it easier.
Carving makes it easier to go more cork, soon. Carving is recommended but not required.
i think its harder to cork 5 if your carving.
most deffinatley, its kinda hard at first but yeah, it make it way smoother.
Yea I couldnt seem to get off axis at all
thats because your doing them wrong
u can do it without carving but it is better if you carve
Thanks Ill try that next time I go out .. hopefully gunna be 2 weeks from now and there gunna be a big com so the good park will prolly be closed. Damn it lol
how am i doing them wrong if i dont carve?
for me, carving made it a whole lot easier
i would go right for the cork seven
meh... i dont cork, i bio but i never have carved and i go as bioed as you can go so its just a matter of opinion.
no, it definately isnt required, you just have to drop your shoulder a little harder, but a cork 7 is way easier if you are just learning cork
Carving will make it easier to grab forward on your skis, like nose, high mute, or even truck. You can do cork 5's without carving, but you probably will land backseat more and not be able to reach the upper part of your skis. Cork 5 tails you don't really carve for.
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^what are you even saying
for a bio i dont' think it's necessary at all to carve in, you'd only be harder to set the rotation
anyways, that's why i dont like horses
sometimes i opposite carve bios... or don't carve them at all. but i never carve the same way as the spin on a bio. that would be silly.
this is excellent advice
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