When it comes to jumps i have to believe if you can throw it on teles you can throw it on alpine gear with a bit of practice. If you are into this stuff, you should pick up some alpine gear because it will make you able to do a lot more.
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lipstick films is all tele in the park. they got switch take offs and landings dialed. there new movie is since we last spoke. if you tele, you would prolly really like it. you could contact them and ask em. just google it or somethin.
i've seen some crazy good tele skiers in the park, they just seem to be the most naturally balanced people in the world. i kinda suck at telemarketing in the park though. it would be sick to land with a knee dropped a little bit though. or maybe really crank your springs down so if you land just slightly off they can help hold it together. otherwise landing perfectly over your feet with your head up and and your body wide and low seems like the only solution. + maybe bishop bombers?
I don't drop my knee landing switch except for a last resort. Its basically the same as alpine, though I try to weight a little bit more over my heels I think (not too much or you get way out of control), and definitely stagger your feet. I usually try not to think about it, or else I do eat it. Sorry, that probably wasn't much help, I'm not very good at describing it. I just kind of do it.
i just lean foreward just a tad and when i am coming down i try and find a place where i really feel comfy and then if i fuck up i just lay my hands out flat and that helps me keep a little balance so its easier than u think practice by goin into a rail with some speed and come off hard switch and just get that dialed down
Heres how i like to land switch, when your coming around spot your rotation like normal, but try to lock one knee behind the other, i like to land in this position on the balls of my feet. this is a photo of my friend pete, see how he tucks his knee in giving him a solid base for a landing.
Note: this picture was taken of him skiing switch, not landing switch. it is however the general idea of what your going to want to do.
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yeah when i was first getting used to landing switch i would land then drop my right knee and if i was too far foward i was in a position to counter act that by reverting to reg. I also practiced hoping into switch on steep terrian, it helps you to figure out where your wieght should be. haha also practice skiing switch then dropping both knees so your knees almost touch your skis, ski like that for a couple seconds then try getting back up to regular. ive landed too foward then dropped both knees and popped back up... anyways good luck and where do you ski?