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Thanks man... Yeah I've found out a few times that leaning back isnt' the best strategy for slowing down. Thanks to everyone else who's replied as well.. if I knew how the k+ thing worked i'd use it but w/e.. No worries on the Tall T's... not my style anyways. I'll be working at bachelor until spring break next winter so hopefully I can get a huge season in next winter!
What are some other edits that are kind of in line with the Nimbus videos? I'm a n00b and they're the ones that got me hooked on skiing, just want to find some more to watch b/c I've seen them all like a million times... Thanks!
i switched last season....best advice i can give is just be on ur skis as much as possible. i know not all of us can afford to be skiing every weekend. so i would even just go in my backyard and mess around. i already had a rail back there from snowboarding so i jumped right into that. that might be a little fast pased but you know wat im saying. get comfortable and work your way up and have fun
Point your knees and body in the direction you want to go. Don't be afraid to go faster. When turning on the steeps....lean downhill.
I switched from snowboarding to skiing 3 years ago....best choice I ever made....I am officially clearing 10ft jumps now!