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EbolaMake sure to look at the end of the rail and keep a shoulder width apart stance when sliding...you just kinda absorb it. You will know what I mean when you do it. gl and also check the search bar I remember one of these threads a couple months back!
Swandog7I hit started to hit some DFDs and flat downs in like February closer to the end of the season and thought they were the scariest thing until I actually hit it. I waited 4 hours to hit a DFD and once I did I hit it every lap, probably 30 times total that day. (I have a tow rope so I get really quick laps). It was my first season so I was just as nervous as you probably are right now. You basically obsorb it with your legs. I got thrown off to the side because I was a bit uncommitted and didn't know what to expect, but it rides exactly what it looked like, if you don't try it you don't know what it feels like or what you are missing. You may find that it's way more fun that regular rails. GL OP.