soooo to start off:
1. don't go parallel towards the rail (unless its a long high rail where you need quite the speed) , you'll have a really hard time to lock in and it makes the take off harder then it should be
2. what i personally do (it may or will be different for you , its preference) is that i go actually slower than with a regular slide , depending on the take off size towards the feature.
3. try to come in a quite the angled approach towards the feature, when ya spin left - left foot ankers (meaning he wont do too much then lifting up when you raise your legs)
4. right foot pressures inside edges , you wind up with your arms and you fix a point with your eyes where you want to land on that rail
5. elevate arms and upper body start spinning upon take off end they lead the way and simultaneously your feet do the "ollie" motion and then follow the spin of the upper body , look between your legs to keep track of the point where you want to land and keep ya feet shoulder wide upon landing. (makes locking and balance a piece of cake)
6. once you make contact with the rail , as mentioned lock with the leading leg, look towards the end of the feature and well then your free to do whatever you want.
i've attached a video here with "key stops" you can see me doing what i've mentioned above.
Good luck G !
When it comes top lip 2 , you'll pop so much harder anyway due to lifting of noses that hitting the feature won't be an issues rather than keeping track where you are , therefore focus on spotting the rail and where you wand to land.
excuse me tongue it's not native
PS: oh and if you happen to skateboard, you can literally think of the 270 on like a bs 180 , same motion almost
**This post was edited on Jan 17th 2020 at 5:00:05am