Ok so hear's the deal. This is a legit thread, with a legit question.
I've been skiing for years. I'm comfortable with any terrain. As of the beginning of the 09-10 season, I started skiing park religiously, or at least every time I could since my home mountain is a good 2.5 hours away.
I've proabably clocked upwards or 20-30 sessions last season including roadtips to Utah, New Mexico, and Cali.
I felt this last season I overcame a huge learning curve in park. I'm comfortable on my rails and boxes (grinding, spinning, 50/50, switch-ups[amost comfortable], etc). I'm comforable hitting the biggest kickers we have in Az (Maybe 30ft depending on snowfall that week). I started learning basic grabs (mute, jap, etc). Still having difficulty on rotations and I haven't tried anything invert yet. Also still getting confortable switch.
We built a pretty impressive jib set-up this summer (24ft drop in, 15ft double barrel kink, 10ft box) and I've been hitting that as much as possible in between work and classes.
I'de like to get really serious next season and start getting creative with my tricks so with that in mind, what are you recommendations on things to start off with learning.
It can be anything involing kickers/booters, flat land, rails/boxes, etc. Feel free to offer a gradual list of things you'de start with that are fairly obtainable and work from there.
Everyone's gotta start somewhere and I'm stoked to keep learning this season.