Hey guys. I'm a relatively new skier, and even newer park skier. My general strategy is just to huck it and hope for the best, and I've seen a ton of progression. At the beginning of the year I was sketchy on tiny rails, now hitting the bigger rails with no problem. But tricks are a whole different story. Even spinning on jumps. I huck it, but it seems like I suck at spinning, and can't spin fast enough, and on rails I often lose my plan midrail if it's not a really easy feature, and no matter what I wanted to try I just don't. So I guess the question is how can I spin better and also be a little more aware in order to actually put down some tricks, even just the easy stuff.
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