CaptainGaperHello people! I am learning how to do 1's ands 5's but I am not used to landing switch. What is the best way to practice landing switch? And where is the best place to practice? + K for helpful answers and those who give me K!
Can't ski switch, can't land switch.
Before you practice landing switch, head out to the bunny hill / green runs and top to bottom those fuckers backwards all day every day. Master the bunny, move to green. Master Green, move to blue. Do it just like you're re-learning all the hills.
Learn to ski perfectly in control - turning, stopping, scrubbing speed and handling bumps in the terrain. Get to the point where you can pop rollers, look over both shoulders equally well and literally ski from the top of the chair right into the liftline switch with no turning around.
It'll improve your switch takeoffs/landings better than any jump practice you could ever do.
"Hopefully it comes back the right way in skiing too.
Less rotations. More STYLE."
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