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Hey i've been thinking about professional ski and snowboarding progression. The last few years features have tripled in size and tricks have gotten much bigger. Now I'm thinking that since bigger tricks are always possible, bigger features and jumps gotta be made. Theres got to be a point though, where bigger is too big. Anyone else think that there is a limit on feature size and tricks? At this rate, in a few years casing a jump may mean instant death lol
You just wait and see mayne.
I occasionally enjoy getting shit on by the passing seagull.
obviously, they can't build jumps of infinite size, so there is a limit. idk what it is tho, no one does yet
"The joy I get from skiing, that's worth dying for." -CR Johnson
SKI THE EAST
For me, skiing is about finding that perfect moment when you can't think of anything else that you would rather be doing or anyone else that you would rather be doing it with.
Limits are reasonable now but sooner or later someone will do something no one has ever seen before, and im not talking about a quad. someone will do something that everyone will take to the next level over the years,
"There's a man riding a horse on top of my chest"-Chip tha Ripper
Nah they will make mini forcefields by then that would automatically repel you an addition 10 yards safely to the downward incline so you don't die. Hear it here first.
Im not sure i dont think we can progress that much more then it comes down to how creative you get and how big the features are that your doing.
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