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hot.pocketIt comes from trying to be more "flowy" and continuing the motion you were doing before landing as opposed to landing in the afterbang position, stopping all motion and keeping that position through the rideout.
At least that's what I tend to think. I'll end up flailing my arms after landing quite a bit, not because I'm landing out of control, but more because I'm lazy and don't want to stop by arms from continuing to swing around. I'm no film skier, I don't need to look good while skiing.
KA-47Does anyone else agree?