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yep. thats what the east coast does to you. altho i have progressed alot in jumps this year
Both take lots of skill to learn. Repitition and experience are what make rail / jump tricks look clean and smooth. whether it's a floating mute 3 or a 2 on to a dfd.
Not at all for me. When you've gotten a lot of injuries you start to get really scared of things, and get paranoid.