funkynuggzwhen I first started hitting rails I was right foot foward. and learned blind2 since I spin left. I couldnt do foward 270 cause I never really tried to spin right. so I started to slide everything left foot foward and got comfy enough to spin 270 off since spinning left was natural for me. now it feels more natural sliding left foot foward. but I'll hit rails left foot foward and then hit the next rail right foot foward and jus alternate. after getting comfy sliding both ways it was next to start learning blind2 both ways. then learning forward 270 both ways. so I went for a whole week and every lil bump or anything I would spin to my right. once you learn how to slide both ways, you get to learn how to use all 4 edges on your skis. then the final thing to learn is to master all 8. but spinning to the right for the first time does feel so sketchy. but the way I learned how to spin unatty 270 on a rails, I'd do unatty 180 over the rails just to make sure I had enough clearance. I'd 180 and shifty and lock into it and hold that postion and watch the end of the rail and land switch or come off foward. takes a few falls to get those butterflies out of ya
Like i can do 270s both ways, kfeds, and natty 270 on.... almost have natty 2 pretz 2. Just anything that requires actually holding a grind unnatural (swap to pretz for instance) is a major bummer for me.