hey ns! i am hoping to get really good at rails this year and i was wondering if anyone out there had advice on switch ups, spins off, etc. ALSO...if i want to really progress, what type of rail should i build for my backyard? a flat box? a super wide pvc cylindrical rail? HELP!!!! any advice is appreciated!!!
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make sure to always be in a shoulder width stance on a box or rail then just dip edges and jump for swaps and spins off... remember to commit to. and always look at the end of the rail or box not ur feet
and yea a 20 foot like 1 foot wide box would be perfect... just use pvc though its the best. make sure u get like 2 or 3 inch diameter though cuz thats the best stuff cuz it doesnt crack or break easily
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10 inch wide pvc rail would be perfect personally. Just practice "griping" or "scissoring" the rail and once you get that down you can throw any combination you want. Learning all 4 270's isn't a bad idea either.
just get one 3inch wide pvc pipe and put it on a stand thing to hold it up and make the drop in. the rail is actually harder then a rail at a mountain so if you can progress on the pvc pipe then youll do good on the mountain.
it's probably cause I rollerblade (oh no!) but i prefer single rails and urban setups and whatnot. And if the ramp before a rail or box isn't poorly constructed I usually approach like i'm on skates too.
practice though. thats how you're gonna get good, especially with rails.
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If you are going to be hitting a lot of rails, you might want to detune your edges underfoot a little. This will help you not catch so much on rails and prevent edge cracks. Use a gummy stone, not a file. When hitting a rail, make sure you pop high enough, and pretend like you are jumping onto a skateboard. Keep your eyes on the end of the rail, this will help you keep your balance. Also I find most rails are easier if you go faster, especially down rails. Hiking a rail over and over will also help you figure it out faster.
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