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when youre hitting a jump, lean forward a bit put your weight on your toes and spin, thats how i do em and i can clear tables buttering... it just takes practice.
I respected the guy until skibrdginbitch was telling me how she 'dated' him for her two weeks at camp. Hahaha god, I dont know whether to feel worse about skibrdginbtch being an idiot, or TJ and his new batch of STD's- dspin7x
it can be a couple of things. It can be the equivalent of a nose or tail manual, or a nosepress or tailpress on the ground. Or it can be a flatland spin onto a rail or off the lip of the jump. Usually onto rails or off of jumps they aren't as pressured on the noses or tails like a butter down the hill. That kind of sums it up. So just think a nose/tail manual on ground, OR a spin onto a rail or off of a jump without leaving the ground yet.
try them first on a hill, not a jump. if your edges are real shrap, they are harder. what you are doin is weighting the tip of your ski (so its the only part contacting the ground) and spinning on it. so if your goin forward, try throwing it almost like a misty. start your spin and lean forward. your skis do most of the work for you. you just set it up. same thing in reverse for switch skiing. and you usually spin on your downhill tips. and also, try it when its a lil icy, as your less likely a edge. they are real easy, and super fun, it is just a unatural move that is weird to initiate the first few times.