Hey guys, have a question.
This friday the US airbag tours coming to our mountain friday-sunday.
I have NO experience whatsoever on a bag, water ramp, or anything like that. I'm also (not going to lie) terrible with freestyle skiing and as I can't even 360.
That being said, I can backflip (land probably 50% of the time), cork 7 (just got recently, but land maybe 30% of the time), misty 5 (very well, like 95% of the time landing), frontflip (maybe 25% of the time), all on trampoline.
So heres the deal,
It's $10 for 3 jumps or
$25 bucks for 10 jumps or
$45 bucks for 25 jumps.
I'm thinking of the 10 jumps for 25 bucks since It will be busy (open to the public) and I might anymore jumps in, especially without getting to tired in the end.
So I'm asking you guys three things.
A. What tricks I should try with those 10 jumps based off off of my trampoline and (lack of) skiing skills?
I was thinking for the first two jumps, try a 360/540. Just get used to really throwing my spin and not get scared. Also get an idea of the jump and what the landings like. Then try two frontflips, then two misty 5's, then two backflips, and then with the last two whichever trick I wasn't completely satisfied with.
B. What is it like landing on a bag, both on your skis, and on your side/head? I've heard mixed things that it's like nothing at all, or it's painful.
and C. Is 10 jumps really enough? Should I do the 25 instead? I'm afraid of running out of time and getting to tired to really do anything in the end, resulting in wasting moniez.
Cant do anything on skis (including 360's), can frontflip, backflip, misty 5 and cork 7 on trampoline. I have 10 hits on an airbag. Was thinking 2 360's/540's, then 2 frontflips, then 2 misty 5's, then 2 backflips, then 2 of whatever I feel like. Asking advice on what I should do with my 10 jumps considering my lack of skiing skillz, if I should do more than 10 jumps, and what's it like landing and crashing on an airbag.
Thanks to everyone who read it all! I really appreciate the help and I search barred about it, read a lot of the posts, but I just wanted some more personal help. +K to all help!
Thanks again and I'll let you guys know how it goes :)
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