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Season break in time
so I have only skiied for one season but managed to get okay for one season after many hours of hiking whistler for a week and ended up doing backflips, 5s and more stuff but I skiied for the first time today back on the east coast not really attempting anything due to the fact there was no terrain park setup, although there was a couple kids hiking a little side hit that gave you a decent amount of air for its size. I'm not going to lie though it felt pretty weird skiing again after not skiing for 5 months almost like I was re-learning it not actually but just like my riding was sketchy and what not but when I was hitting the side hit I was trying some threes which last year I was able to do on a bump that was a foot high, and they seemed pretty challenging idk if it was the fact that the side hit just shot you straight up or what but it's weird how last season It was pretty easy to do them every time. I am assuming I just have to get comfortable again, does anyone have that problem where they have to like sort of re-learn tricks that were seemingly easy in the previous season?
i like to ski anywhere
just takes time man, get some more solid days of skiing in and u should begin to get back into the swing of things. once uv skied for a few years, u usually never miss a beat when u start up again in the fall, but since u have only one season under ur belt, it might take a little getting used to again.
I think I'm better towards the end of the season because my legs get in amazing shape. They're like little noodles before the season starts
Girlfriend? Why yes, I have two. I give them a relaxing hot wax every week and pamper them with fancy bindings. I think I'll mount them tomorrow.
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