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Ok, last winter i was skiing, and learning how to do a switch takeoff for the first time. I started pulling switch 360s, but i seemed to be laning really far to one side of the jump, wats up with this and how can i fix it?
my guees is that you have this urge to spin before the tails of your skis are coming off the lip. you know what im sayin? your probabaly trying to spin to early which would mean that you are carving hard at the very top of the lip which is sending you in the direction you carved in and putting you far to one side of the landing.
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yeah that sounds like what your doin, that stuff happened to me before too, and i had a few good bails cause i tried to spin to early, so just dont wind up or carve you'll be ok
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ur hucking it too hard like they said. throw it the exact same way u throw ur cab 180 but then just keep looking around for the extra rotation
wow stop asking for advice and go do it serioulsy i mean DO IT NOW! :-)
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