Alright, so Ive been skiing backcountry for 2 or 3 years now, some of the best sessions Ive ever had have been back in the trees. Ive really been pushing my abilities for the past couple seasons, big hucks, pow ollies, and just pushing gnarly turns.
But this year I want to start doing some more park shit, to be a more versatile skiier, and I figured rails are definitely a staple. Last time I hit a rail, It was a battleship, really good setup I guess, I flew up to the flat, and my shoulder came clear out of its socket, you could see the tendons and shit protruding out of my skin, and I was just really shell-shocked after that.
Dont hate, but basically, how do I slam rails without throwing either of my shoulders out, and how do I bypass the fear of that?