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Does mimicking a skating ollie with your skis help your pop more than just a straight upwards pop?
yes. lean back load tails push through legs lean forward/neutral stomp. especially when going a bit faster. practice makes perfect, especially off knuckles or rollers, and make groomers more fun by IDing small things to ollie over to work on timing (piles of snow, sticks, rocks, the occasional hose etc)
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it at least gives the allusion of helping get more pop by making sure you don't catch your tips on whatever
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you can go way bigger if you know how to ollie well, on a knuckle especially (not a jump knuckle, the landing is often too small). nollies feel dope too. can't do them as effectively as ollies doe
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short answer yes but its way harder to get the timing right and if your not car-full like me you over do it and land flat on your back breaking everthig
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just keep it G and nollie everything
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