All my life I have always been more off a backcountry and all mountain/resort skier but last year i bought a pair of atomic infamous and decided to try and learn some park, because i was already comfortable skiing on pretty much any condition and dropping ten or so maybe more foot cliffs. So I wanted to do something that was really out of my comfort zone which was park and i was thinking hopefully this would mean further progressing my tricks in the backcountry and sidecountry as well.
So with that said last year i learnt the basics i can do lip on, front 2 out, occasional back 2, switch lip on, medium to large jumps probably largest was 30ft, really gross looking 360's that made me cringe, and probably the hardest rail I did was down flat down and flat down flat, and best trick was probably an accidental disaster to down on the dfd (needles to say it was super scary but i was super stoked when it happened)
So my question is how can i progress from this point? last year i felt like i was stuck and couldn't progress anymore somedays id go out and get down switch ups but would lose it next day. How can i commit more? Do you guys have any tips on how to commit to trying something new? Also how can i make my 360's look more smooth? and what tricks should i try next? I almost got ninja flips down last year.
P.S i have only been on a trampoline a few times and i'm kinda a little self conscious to go to the gym near me cause there will be guys doing crazy things and from what i can remember i can only do a frontflip and a 720 hahaha also thinking of trying a backflip first time on snow even though i have never done one before i'm thinking make a jump into soft stuff.
Sorry for big ass writing piece.
TL;DR: How do you commit, any tips to help me commit? how to get to the point where you dont care what other people think and just progress in your skiing