I prefer to take off fakie and 270 on to a natural grind. If going straight, on a down rail I will 270 natural spin to land unnatural on the rail. And if it is a flat rail, I will spin unnatural and land normal.
spin unnaty, and land regular. frontside 270s are pretty tricky. i have been workin on mine at a local ice rink. my suggestion is to get them good on a box, and then take it to a small rail (where you cant nut yourself) that is set up similar.
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ive just started getting variations onto rails...so far my expirences have been, going switch onto a rail, slid it unnatural so you spin onto it natural...270 on so that you slide unnatural...but switch 270 on is easyer than regular
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just work on the unnatural slides, they're not that hard to do. with 270's on, the hardest part is getting the right rotation to continue sliding the rail, if you are able to land in the right position the slide comes easily
work on being able to ollie 270 onto snow and learn all 4 270 out without forcing anything. this way you'll fell comfortable spinning the 270 both ways and you'll be able to slide both ways too.
that will make everything a lot easier
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