Basically i keep getting told i ski really weird but in a good way??? apparently its going to help me in my futher life aha ??
so what i do is when i go into rails i go left leg first turning right i do the same thing when i 180 but when i throw anything bigger down like a 3 or 5 or whatever other trick i turn left am i just special or are there other people out there like me???
It actually is quite useful when i have to throw a 270 in or out makes it kinda easier i guess??
yea the thing is that when i throw a 3 i find it easier going left by a tiny bit but when i go to throw it the unnatural way its like not much harder?? and i get really confused which way i should go when i try to do a new trick
i do the same thing, and dont worry man your going to get ripped apart on here just for starting the thread and cause your new here... dont sweat it. people just love to beat on people on this sight haha
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I slide left foot forward, Spin left, but I suck at frontside rail tricks. Backside is way easier for me.
Also I look over my right shoulder while skiing switch but i still spin left from there. (wtf)
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its not weird at all. its actually really good. the easy way to think about it is that a 180 isnt a spin. its just a shift in your legs. your eyes never leave the landing, so essentially you look over your left shoulder to do a right side 180. you do the same for a left side 360. and sort of the same sliding a rail left foot first.
no need to worry!
and yes, its awesome for learning 270s onto boxes because you're already comfortable sliding that way.