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e~bOP did so many zero spins last year he went back in time
e~bsince op fixed his mistake, my goals consist of 2 things: 270s on and blind switch ups. those are the two tricks that evaded me too long.
Spagett+While all you losers are tying new tricks I will be ending world hunger.
Swandog7Learned back swaps over the summer and they are easy after like 10-15 hits. Spot the start of the rail while you pop and use a little counter rotation like a 270 on to stop your self from spinning farther and then quickly spot the end of the rail again. I actually backslap and as i land again spot the end of the rail, instead of spotting before i pop but thats just me. Brittany's should come pretty easy once you get comfy with them
e~bthanks man, I've done em before but just never really locked in on them. You are right tho, brittanys came very easy when i did lock in a back swap
THEDIRTYBUBBLEI have finally discovered that this is the style for me,.
APunx176hopefully learn my first spin off (blind 2/front 2, whichever one is easier)
Jon_Tafferdefinitley front 2, if you can 180 and slike a rail, you can front 2 off. watch a lot of trick tip videos it will really help
APunx176Thanks man. The only thing I'm afraid of is landing backwards because last year my skis would ALWAYS pop off but I'm upping the DINs so hopefully this year they wont
MinggSw 270 onto a rail
normal 270s on to a box maybe a rail.
switch lip, to front swap and/or front 2
got lip on front 2 this summer, now just need to lip on blind truuuu
bring backies to a park jump
540, 720, switch 5s
And to stop being a fucking pussy.
S.J.WI'm going to push you so hard at Whistler now. :)
NMMediawith my friends
LiteratureSki more pow.
JohnCenaCenaOn a day when the snow isn't rock hard at spirit I'm putting the responsibility on you to peer pressuring me into hucking advanced aerial maneuvers such as a dinner roll.