my dad make to this expert ski class but i can do 540 360 270 out and in and the skiers are 11 year olds and they never go to the park i all ready made a fake email and email adress. so wondering how to get out now.
Just go into with a positive attitude and try to get something out of it. I have been focusing strictly skiing (not park) for most of my winter break and my first few laps back in the park, I greased 3 new tricks that I had been struggling with. I was literally shocked on how much it helped. Plus it'll be kinda fun to have the littler ones look up to during the lessons.
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Seriously, learn the proper form of skiing. I didn't learn until this year and it has made me SO MUCH better at skiing. I never was a bad skier by any means, but you'll be amazed at how much more enjoyable skiing is once you learn "formal" technique from someone who knows it
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This makes me angry. Incredibly disrespectful that you'd cut out of a class that your dad is paying money for. I see so many kids who are pizza-ing their way to the park, doing little tricks, then thinking they are fucking amazing skiers. No. take advantage of the fact that you're lucky enough to have a dad that signs you up for a lesson, go get better at real skiing, go back to the park and see if it doesn't make you a better park skier.
Most people do. However, in the long run ski school pays off. There's a good reason that guys like Seth Morrison, or Sage Catabriga-Alosa (sp) don't snowplow down steep AK spines, Even if you are not a big mountain skier, ski school will greatly improve your skills in and out of the park...if you go in with a positive atittude.