Whilst chilling at breck park today (second day skiing park ever) I had come to the realisation that my learning curve (rate of progression) is rapidly increasing...
...Increasing so much that I am in fact progressing "too fast" so to speak. After only my second day skiing ever i landed one of the freshest nose bud 3's I have seen to date. Cant upload the video because it was way too long but if I was to add 180 degrees onto that trick every week, by the time the season is done ill probably be really good. Now this concerns me because I don't want my rate of progression to be way too fast otherwise it could get out of control real fast. All u guys seem to hate on Guss, Bobby, Russ, LSM, Wallisch and Geopper for being too technical and advanced at skiing, and I am afraid that my learning curve will rapidly take me there, and I will subsequently receive a lot of hate from the skiing game yo...
Due to my high intellectual intelligence and advanced skill in mathematical arithmetic I was actually able to derive an equation that models a graph of my learning curve (in this case line). The graph function is y=(20.494^2)x
Now what does this tell us? Well if I keep progressing at such a rate, I will have exhausted all possible skiing tricks by 2020... I'd hate to be that guy hahah ;) but nah srs
Now if you haven't already punched that bad boy into your TI Nspire CAS Calculator, I can tell you now, it's a steep old fella, and I am writing today to express my utmost concern for not only my rate of progression but the future of this sport if I proceed to progress at such a rate
How should I go about slowing my rate of progression?