its all in the back foot, just push off that foot to get enough height to pop the switch up. then commit to getting the rotation. and use your front foot for backside sw ups. thats what i found helpful
yeh, i found it a mental thing to, i could do them , blind and frontside. but then i got cocky and did a blindside fell, on my neck somehow, hurt so much now its mental, somthing stops me everytime i try blind swups
Lol worst advice ever, if you are on a rail, no mather which way you want to spin, use both feet. Thats how you can combine sw-ups and shit while keeping the upper part of your body motionless. I see so many people trying sw-ups, 2 out, 4 out etc using their arms to lunch the whole thing and flailing like crazy. Use your feet and keep it steezy!
With frontside swaps, is all about gripping the coping with you leading ski. Grip hard, and it will throw you into the rotation right off the bat. All you have to do is pop. It helps to come onto the rail from an angle and grip hard when you hit. Hope this helps.
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when i hit frontside i try and keep my torso facing down the mountain as much as possible just before, that way its just a matter of a bit of torso spin, and just flicking your legs round. it worked for me at least.
"If you're a human being, past or present, and you've tried skiing, once or regularly throughout your life, Candide Thovex does it better than you do, or ever did"
your comment and sig are complete contradictions to eachother, you come in here saying stupid negative shit like that all while you have c.r. johnson quoted, who was one of the most positive skiers / human beings to ever live. you are an idiot.
nobody makes me bleed my own blood
im always thinking one step ahead, like a carpenter, that makes stairs