I finally did it, it took me about 20 cumulative hours total but I did it. A snow came out of nowhere and hit me in Virginia! I had feelings of not doing a 3, and I built a simple kicker without a landing in my backyard. I am so glad you guys said to commit and look over my shoulder. Not thinking too hard about it is the trick to it. I think twisting arms right to left stopped my rotation, and popping off the lip is essential. I just started hitting the park this Jan. and I am only beginning my journey. However, I cross my right ski over my left ski to Iron Cross, and I spin left. Is this a problem since I've seen everyone cross left over right? I also have my first pair of own skis, however they are some 1999 9X Dualtec Rossignol Race Skis which are yellow and black. Are they too heavy to get better in, and do I need new bindings and boots for freeskiing? Any recomendations? Hitting the 360 made me want to be a member so this is my first post.
P.S. After the snowday, it was 55 outside.