no, this is not about how rb tricks are popular in skiing or vice versa.
no, i just wanna ask people that are doing both, how you can compare the level of balance you need? i am only skiing, and i really appreciate the fact of having 1,8 m of wood under my feet to support my balance. i just cant imagine how hard it is to land anything on those thingys. so, hows about that? do you have to execute stuff more exact to land better?
and the second thing: what about the thing, that whenever you crash, you either land on metal, concrete, wood, asphalt or a mix of all of them? i would say that snow is a pretty good thing to land on, and i just dont feel like i could go for a frontflip with nothing softer than concrete around. how do you handle that? isnt it that big of a deal? do you just train more since you dont need a lift, so youre tryin the tricks more often?
bottom line: how the hell do you stay on your blades when doing flips/spins/stay alive with all that hard stuff around.