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DirtYStylEI learned shifties on rollers or those small jumps on the side of the groomers. There is only enough time to shift and then land again
UpholdFennyBut how do i get more around than the 45 degrees or less? i want to get ut to 70-90
DirtYStylE45 is pretty good. It has more to do with flexibility than anything else
UpholdFennyOne ski is 45 degrees and the other one is moving 0 degrees. How the heck do i move the other foot maaaan
GrandThingsI also like to focus on turning my shoulders the other direction. Looks like you're getting more of a tweak that way and helps everything "snap" back together before landing
SofaKingSickare you pulling your legs up? like by your thighs and knees, i mean
UpholdFennyI think not.
everytime i jump my brain blacks out mid air so i forget stuff
SofaKingSickhaha i hear ya. the answer to this^ and your original question is mostly practice. keep doing it and getting more and more comfortable and you'll get better and better. it's not a thrilling answer but it's true. also lift your legs, that's a key for sure, but it's mostly about getting more and more comfy being in the air for longer periods of time. EVERYTHING is harder when you have to rush it, but of course you have to grow comfortable in the air for that to work