Welcome to the Newschoolers forums! You may read the forums as a guest, however you must be a registered member to post. Register to become a member today!
GryllzLord help me...
Please use the search bar before creating a thread.
There must be thousands of threads identical to this one.
freestyler540Here are some tips
1. Put some effort into it. Getting good at park takes years. You wont get better tomorrow by magic
2. Stop blaming the conditions
3. Dont ride to get cred. Ride to have fun
Man, I stomped my first switch cork 7 critical At Blue mountain's 60 footer step down. It was cold, windy and icy as fuck. All there was too it was progress to the trick and when the time was right, try it.
MUTEDLTD.you ride with any homies that might be better than you? riding with friends def makes you a better skier since you all push each other. if your crew is about the same skill level as you then make your park laps meaningful and challenge each other to an extra rotation on a jump and so on. East coast ice just comes with the territory, it'll hurt a little until you start landing but thats just natural progression of any sport - there are plenty of boss riders from the east who put the work in
Thot.exeShit dude, blue mountain is my home mountain. Im going to start working tricks on the tramp and just going to start hucking some tricks!
Thot.exeI'm afraid to send it because out here in the East we have this crazy weird thing that's cold and slippery and hard called ice. Any tips?