Welcome to the Newschoolers forums! You may read the forums as a guest, however you must be a registered member to post.
Register to become a member today!
Back in the day i use to throw stuff like spreads and daffies/ but these days, what do you younger kids start out trying to throw?
The basics are so important
'I'm still Ugly'
I'm not young, but I'm new to skiing. The first and only trick I have tried was a 180. Because it was a really small jump and I don't know how to spin yet, it turned out to be more like a 145. I'll try a switch 180 next and then move onto a 360.
prolly like mutes and tails
Co-Founder of the Maple Valley Freeride Team, both members going west next season!
Go Red Sox
How many snowboarders does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
10, 1 to do it, and 9 to say 'I can do that.'
'Dude, we're sick. He's pretty sick, but his muscles aren't as big as mine, so you know.'-CR Johnson
how old are you, becuase i don't think that jibbing is the right type of skiing for fossils.
I pitty the fool who don't use 1-800 Collect.
Ya probably safety's lui kangs and mutes and tails. I think 360s are easier and less scary for beginners than 180s.
What is the colour of a mirror?
first of all, ya got to learn how to lock tha boots in tha bindings.
it might sound difficulty, but i believe you'll get it.
then ya need to move yare ass to tha lift.
then ya can go up tha mountain..
when yare at tha top, try to get to tha bottom.
if ya cant get to tha bottom, then ya can start ridning tha park where ya'll prolly find youngs dudes who cant ski and who are trying shits... just do like them... now, yare a perfect park rat....
President of the crazed posting brother of NS.com
I'm feeling greeaaaattt!!!!
my friend could do 900s when he was 9 years old then i started skiing with him and now his 16 and does spread egals to kozzaks
My cousins are 11 and i just teach them to go big. They were doing critcal, completely clearing a 40ft hip. They learn 180s, 360s, and going big with grabs.
My little brother is 10 and he started doin like 180s and mutes and stuff, but he learned to do 3's and rails and stuff like that pretty quick.
All times are Eastern (-4)