When i spin i open my skis like pizza and spin.And i see a lot of dudes carving in the jumps when doing smaller rotation and it just looks so much nicer.So i tried it and it came around pretty easy with 180's but when i think im doing it wrong because it feels much harder than a normal 180 just spreading my legs.And sometimes when i carve in im not centered i just fly like to the right a lot if i spin dat direction.I watched a lot of edits and kind of got how to do.
I havent tried bigger spins like 5 and 7 but im still tryin to get used to it.Please someone help me to do it right !
Just carve as you would normally, the only difference is that you are carving uphill into a jump. Once you reach the lip pop and spin as you normally would.
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Recently learned 3's and 5's and feel pretty comfortable coming off of the jump straight. When I started trying to carve off of the jump I didn't really land back seat but more tilted to the left (I spin right). When I watch people they all come off the jump leaning into the carve and then somehow magically come back vertical.
I tried carving my threes this year, my first one was definitely my best. I haven't gotten ahold of it. I've done a super corked 5, but ate shit because I was simply trying a 3. They are easy for alot of people, just keep trying.
you should carve in such a way that you end up looking straight off the jump, then punch FORWARDS when you spin otherwise you'll cork really easily... Then you'll be able to bring a lot of speed into jumps and it will be so fun.
other than 180s and switch hits i cant really carve my spins with out corking. i think its a lot easier to just spin a 3 or 5 regularly. Maybe if you can carve with out corking that would be easier for some people though.