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So how do you guys progress and learn more?(jumps)
i haven;t been doing much park skiing till the last 2 or 3 years, but last year was big for me. i got 5's and a few 7's down, cab 3s and shit. after learning all that in a season im wanting to progress even more this year. I really want to start trying some off axis spins and shit but i have no idea how to begin. do you guys just find a jump you are comfortable on and just start hucking or what? I ride bmx so its alot easier to work your way up i think with that shit cause you can learn almost anything on small jumps and take it up the more you get comfortable with. I dunno just looking for ideas of things you guys do.
dude just play Jibberish and you be mad skillin jibba
i'd be getting your normal spins back on lockdown and then start trying a few corks..
I'm not one to give advice on this, coz i can't cork spins to save my life, but i think a cork 5 would be the easiest to learn (assuming you have 5's down)
If you spin left, come in and drop that left shoulder and continue the spin..
Plenty of stuff here you can search for about off axis tricks, and plenty of guys with good advice..check it out
wait for there to be a nice kicker at the hill then smoke a bowl and get on it
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