I've really been getting into park lately, and I'm getting some grabs down and some basics like that. Where do I go from here, and how do I get comfortable on things like rails? Some advice would help a lot.
Start with lipslides on boxes, easier to slide then going full retard on rails.
Try 180s and 360s, learn how to urban onto a rail, start learning variations like coming out of a rail or box riding switch/etc.
Theres plenty of fun and easy starter tricks to learn.
But if you want to roll in pussy, go straight for backflips, nothing else matters then.
The only way to learn rails is to just go for it. Watch how people do it in video and try to learn how to kinda scissor the rail. After you get good at sliding rails, try to do a frontside 270 out sometime. That's the first rail trick I learned, and I'd say it's the easiest.
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along with progressing, find out what type of park skiier you want to be, work on your individuality and style and find the point to where you enjoy skiing the most... for me that would be gapping boxes, presses and shifties and other people would be progression so finding what you want to do in the park always helps alot i found
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well there's more than 20 ways to do a 360 rotation, when you've done them on jumps, try em off a cliff or in the pipe, then you're up towards 50, then you can learn all of them with 10 different grabs.. BOOM you got 500 tricks to do!
Skiing is a lot like sex. When it's good, it's great, when it's bad, it's still pretty good.