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I know this has probably been asked before but...
I've never even tried to hit a rail so I'm looking for tips on getting started.
SnowRide 4 Life!!
Just try it and dont be a pussy. That worked for me.
go up to the rail with your feeta bout shoulder width apart and the rail in between your feet try not to get too much air off the jump andland with your weight centered looking down the rail, everyone that i see on their first try lean to far back, try and keep bot your bases flat
(trust me, the '' things aren't actually there)
keep your weight on your front foot. and look at the end of the rail. those were my 2 biggest problems
homophobia is gay
last time it was so cool, i was walking outside and the grass kept saying ouch as i walked on it, and then i looked up and pulled a star out of the sky with my hand and took it apart
-ski2824 on shrooms
Why is the name of the fear of long words
go to d-structure.com iannick B will tell all.
just try it first than ask for help. everytime i get someone on the hill asking me what's up with rails i explain the whole sholder width apart, look at the end of the rail, center balance shit but i have yet to see one person do good their first time. you will most likely have your feet to close togeather and eat shit - that's good. you won't make the same mistake the second time. who cares if you get hurt, just try it again and you'll eventually get it right in your head. rails arn't hard, you just gotta figure them out.
a wet pussy has no face and a hard cock has no conscience
just go balls to the wall towards the trapezoid, you'll figure it out before you get there, that's how i learned
So chill on your porch and drink your fortys, and if somebody gives you any crap just tell 'em 'I'm chillin''
Play that ns rail balance game every day for 8 hours.
I'd say the hardest thing to get used to is that rails are fast as hell. So stay foward. And also stay flat based, or else.
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