Hey guys, I'm not going to lie and say I can do crazy tricks and crap. I'm a pretty good skier everywhere but park... and I need some help with my 360's. I know I should be search baring and googling it, but it seems like most people just say lead with your head and torso, and you'll get it but I'm having a problem.
I have 180's (kinda of but with those I feel like I just swing my legs around to get it to 180).
When I bring it to 360 I spin, go to 180, sort of stop, (like my torso and head will be leading but my legs/skis lag behind, causing me to stop for a second at 180) and maybe start to spin a bit after that once my legs and skis catch up, so I'll land like between 180-250ish.
Should I try the complete opposite of what everyone says, try to "lead" with my skis? I've also thought about doing the spin but tucking my legs up and grabbing my knees, sort of "pulling" them through and along with me. Should I also try sort of digging in my edges (spread my feet apart) when going off the jump to be "pushing off" and spinning from the ground up?
Honestly I need some advice, +K to responses.
Thanks for the help guys, sorry for the reposting but I'll delete it once I get a few good responses helping me.
Thanks again! :) and to make you guys hate me less.....
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