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I need help trying to 270 out
anyone got any tips on 270ing out?
what i find with 270 outs is i dont usually plan em
i just kinda go on teh rail and if i have a good hop and im balanced well i will just 2sev off
but that's me
GET MAD AT THE RAIL!
I used to have trouble doing two sev's also. My problem was that i wasnt commiting to my spin. At first it feels sort of unnatural, but you just have to force yourself to look over that shoulder @ the end of the rail until you land switch, or forward, depending on which way you spin. Start on a small box preferably and work your way up. Good luck!!
Powder makes me poop my pants
Depends on weather its backside or frontside. Learning backside I find it easiest to do on a small box or rail so you can just go up like your doing a 270 on, but hold the rotation and dont pop, then at end of the box/rail pop an let the rotation out. On a longer box/rail its harder to hold your rotation. And once you can do that grip it, and that just when your near the end of the box/rail dip your front ski down and use it to push off the side of the box/rail to get your rotation. And with frontside just do the opposite of backside, Dip your tail of your front ski, find the edge of the rail/box and push off the edge to get your rotation. It would help if you just stand on a pole or something in your shoes to get the feeling of which foot to dip and that so you know more what to do when trying it on snow.
Hope that helps
do you spin right or left?
slide right or left foot forward?
and are you trying blind or front 270?
try putting the pedal down
i had A LOT of trouble learning them last year, but now they are pie. heres some tips
-learn on a flatbar first, not a box especially wide ones.
-as you approach the end of the rail, torque your body and get ready to spin.
-grip the rail to push off the edges of it. assuming you slide right foot forward, to spin off blindside, push off your right toes (your right nose will be dropped). to spin frontside (landing switch), push off your left toes.
-try to swing your shoulders around.
-look where you want to go, your body wont spin if your head remains stationary.
well explained, lead with your head!
thats probably the most crucial part, and for me regardless of what way im going to be spinning i do all of the edge grabbing with my front foot, if your spinning blind drop them toes, if its front push that heel down.
just try front-side 180's out and keep working at it. pretty soon that 2sev will come around. bottom line, just slowly work at it.
the key thing is you gotta learn how to grip the rail. just tilt your foot backwards, so the front of the ski is up. this should grip it and you can get momentum to spring off the rail/box.
you might wanna check out the trick tip cult too. im sure theres plenty about this.
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lean back like a fuckin cholo and angle that ski to drag and change your direction of spin. make sure to adjust hat/helmet/headphones in the middle of the rail.
Powder makes me poop my pants
its all about scissoring the rail. to fronntside off, just slide it like you were going to go off normally, but when u near the end, just drop your left tip down a little bit and popp off that, should be easy from theire. blinside is a little harder but all u have to do is drop the right tip a little bit for some grip and pop and lead witth the head.
here's what i was told to do to FS 270 off (i slide right foot forward): push my right heel down, and left toes down (left heel up) at the end. worked like a charm
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So true about not really planning it... I'd been trying 270s out all day and failing over and over, finally I decided to work on switch-ups instead. First attempt I did a FS switch-up and that gave me some rotation so when I got to the end of the box I felt really good about it and I nailed it. I don't know what that has to do with the thread but I guess the keys are - try getting some rotation built up ahead of time, lead with your head, grip the rail so you can pop off it.
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