Hey fellow jibbers!
So, I've just recently gotten hooked on skiing and the whole jibbing scene. I actually bought a pair of twin tips last season, but didn't really use them seriously up until the this point, or this season at least. So anyways, I'm really wondering where to go from now. I believe that I've had some really good progress up so far actualy. I've learned to rail on a pvc pipe which I set up in backyard. I've learned the following rail tricks;
Rail slide (obviously)
Frontside Switch-up (regular and switch out of the rail)
270 out of the rail
K-fed or Frontside Switch-up to blindside 270 out
So thats pretty much my progress on rails so far. I've had some small encouters with some backcountry kickers that I built aswell. So far I've learned the following;
360 Air (I'm not safe at it, but I've landed it a few times)
I guess my safest trick is actualy backflip, so I've kinda learned something that I can go further with. I haven't really had any experience with riding switch, other than doing some 180's an turning quickly after I land. I'm mainly thinking of landing non-switch tricks first and then taking that part step by step. I'm really enjoying riding and I would love to progress, I'm kinda stoked on learning some cork rotations and frontflip, but I'm not really sure.
I would love if anyone could give me some idea's, or tell me what I should do to further my progression as a rider both on rail and in air. I'm really stoked on skiing and thanks for any answers guys. Much appreciated.