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Getting into slopestyle and stuffs
So this year I decided to actually start focusing on skiing in the park rather than back country and all the other shit I would feel like skiing. Watching edits over the summer and building a setup gave me confidence, if not too much. Pretty much overdosing on edits with excessive amounts of steeze created the overly confident gaper that I am today. I like to consider myself a pretty good skier outside the park, but I'm just now (Ignorantly) realizing I may actually need help to start stomping the basic 3s and rails. Any advice for a skier relatively new to the park?
Go in deep, start at Chad's gap.
op im in your same shoes lol. im just starting off with 3s and 5s, i got my blunts and mutes down last year, and im trying to surface swap and 270 out both frontside and back side. just start small and then go big, thats what im trying to do and it seems to be working
wait, you kill it in the BC? really?
omnidataGo in deep, start at Chad's gap.
Okay, will do!
Go out of your comfort zone an try things that scare you
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