e~blast season i had a good balance between dicking around and trying to progress. Every time i went skiing i wanted to progress in some way, which could be as simple as sliding some rails unnatural. But i wouldn't be bummed at the end of the day if i didn't succeed in my task. You can have fun in all types of ways while skiing and that's why most of us love it so much
xX*TACO-DOG*Xxlast season i vowed to do something new every day and i think that really helps. even if it's just something small like doing a swap on a new rail they just put in or taking your 3's to 5's. it seems to keep things interesting..
itswillis21I was totally going to make this thread but im pretty much the same way. everything is a contest and i can't really find a way to turn it off
brov1sometimes i do get frustrated with progression especially when in the park, but the better you get the more fun it gets and the more variability you have the smoother you are able to do tricks.
on the other hand, outside the park i am good enough now that i don't actually notice myself progressing i only realize it when i think hard and analyse my technique. but i think one should def focus on getting better until they are at that point in their career that they are in near total control and can confidently ski everything