only vids i got really but learned these
Sendin' er'! That's hype! on the cork 7/5 try taking it to a bigger jump if you have access and pop harder. The bigger jump might be scarier but it's a lot easier to get the rotation right, spot your landing, get grabs, slow er' down and get used to the axis.
So far these season I got way more comfortable with cork 7s and 9s to the point where i can carve em out and throw basically any grab I want. Also learned rodeo 7s, switch rodeo 5, frontflips, oppo carve rodeo 5 with lots of grabs and switch 5s, 7s and 9s with grabs. Basically just focusing on getting grabs and cleaning stuff up. For rails i've worked on 2 ons, 3 swaps, and getting double and triple swaps with a 2 or 4 out on longer rails consistently.
Lookin to take some dubs to snow later on in the season.