bananabrainsSurely it's just the duration of time that you have skied?
Yung_JimmyNot always, and that goes for any sport really. I bet there's kids that have only been skiing for a couple years that can throw dubs but there's probably also kids that have been on skis their whole life that can't do more than a 720 or something. I was just taking a general survey of everyone's experience.
Poindexter.wat. both those examples deal with the entire duration that they were skiing
HoodlivingWell I will start, I feel I have great progression due to being an old snowboarder I wasn't scared to huck myself at a rail.
Let's start the claim.
Front and blind 2s left foot
Front and blind 2s right foot smaller rails
Left 2 on if I feel good that day.
Front 4 out of tall rails
Working on blind 4s
Kfed any box
Ray fed flat boxes.
Right 3 left 3 left 5
Right left 180
Switch left 360
I feel this is a pretty Damn good bag of tricks for being only my second season of skiing 173 days this year and still going.
Really want to spin a 7 get right 5 blind 4 and more swaps on rails consistent. Also switch up my grabs while spinning. Finally putting out a decent season edit in a sport haha
Yung_JimmyDamn that's a good list for 2 years. I wish I lived in a place where I could ski 173 days a year lol I'm stuck on the east coast and I only get like 10. Now that I have my license it's gonna be more like 20-30 per year but still
nicholaspajorthe 2015/16 season was my first season skiing(never snowboarded either). im 21 and i can confidently throw 1's,3's, 7's, and even1080's, still working on my inverts but i can nail my front flips about 70% of the time and my back flips 50% of the time. Just learned hand drags and can hand drag 1's and 3's. working on learning my off axis tricks. my rail game is alright i suppose. i dont spend a lot of time in the park, only in the spring. My heart is set on the big mountain skiing, can confidently drop 20' and 30' cliffs while doing 3's and every now and then ill try a invert ( usually just end up on my face, i float them out to much and cant kick the habit). still pussy out when its above 30 feet though... so as a park skier id say im about average or a little under average for someone my age, but as a big mountain skier im average for someone my age. i estimate by the end of next season ill be above average for big mountain.
Yung_JimmyLet me get this straight... Last year was your first year skiing but you can throw 7's and 10's even tho you "don't spend a lot of time in the park." This doesn't add up