johnkWell this would be extremely unfair in a game like Cody vs Lupe, where one person spins right and the other spins left.. what happens if cody has the set and only spins right and then Lupe has to do everything unnatural? seems pretty unfair to me.. IMO saying unnatural isn't weird at all and they should just keep using that term in SLVSH games. maybe just do an intro at the start saying rider a) spins left, grinds left. rider b) spins right grinds right kinda thing.
Well in snowboarding, I might spin better frontside. Let's say cab is the spin I struggle with the most.
SO I'm playing somebody that throws a huge cab spin. Can I say, Hey, I'd rather throw that regular frontside than switch frontside. IT'll look the same and I'll be a lot better at it.
Or from regular if somebody throw a backside spin. Instead of frontside which Im good at, I have to try a backside spin.
Idk, trying to set up a scenario there, not sure if that made any sense.
IMO unatty in skiing feels a little more awkward than spinning different directions on a board but I agree that unnatural kind of encourages people not to do it in a sense.
If I can spin to the right really, well, why spin to the left? Even though both spins look identical, would be cool to see more people spinning all 4 ways.
Always good fun when you have a smaller 4 jump line. Throw all 4 5's in a line. I feel like if it was a trick that you had to have versus being something special if you did it, more people might throw unatural spins.
Idk, I'm really just a knuckledragger at this point. I'd be lucky if I could even land a 5 on skis now.