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doing a trick big, or doing a trick tiny.
my friend claims 360s are easier for him over a large table. i think theyre easier off of 1 foot bumps. so sup?
well 3's definetely on 1 foot bumps, there's not the slightest challenge. Same goes for 180s.
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little, you have to huck it
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A little something like this is way to big to miss....
i think its easy to huck a little 3. with more air its a lot easier to go off balance and die and stuff.
it's eaqsier to do something off something small but making it looks easy is something different
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i always overrotate 3 on big jumps and break stuff aka my bindings 3 times in one week
when i was like 7 i could wip around tiny 360's thats nothing... it takes a skilled skier to be able to float shit without pooping all over the place
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big cuz u can eat shit spinning a 3 hard with a little over rotation u cna straighten up, over rotate something over a big table or step up your eatin poop
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exactly...anything over five is alot easier with more air.....you just have to have steeze and not die!
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harder to slow down your rotation off a big jump, and its hard to make that quick decision about whether or not to go for the 5 or not,
definitely easier to just huck a little three off some pinner bump than having to get the timing and everything straight for doing them off a big table.
It's different than a 3, but did anyone see JP's small segment in the credits of 1242. That 'world's smallest' cork 7 has to be so damn hard.
^ thats a good point, i bet that is extremely difficult
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true story, that was a crazy trick
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