Salad20Ye I should've clarified a bit more but I'm new to new schoolers so wasn't sure how i should define my skill.
I had to re write that part a couple times to try and sound nicer lol.
I don't want to come across as mean, but more as constructive criticism.
360's you can learn in a day, like I said youtube how to 360 on ski's click the 1 that says its made by stomp it tutorials.
Maybe don't even stop there if you scroll down after searching "how to 360 on skis" you get all kinds of shit, 180's 360's 540's rodeos flatspins. You name it. Ski addiction and stomp it are your best bets as they actually know what they are talking about. I wouldn't recommend using the youtube channel Bag of Tricks unless you're going for the vibe of some rando park rat kid tryna teach you a 360 and saying "u just gotta send it".
U do just gotta send it tho
As for rails, depends how nervous you are of them. but I will tell you If you are scared of the metal, I've probably fallen off a metal rail at least 1,000 times. I have only actually landed on metal 5 times. So you have nothing to be afraid of.. but beating rail slides into your muscle memory takes much much more repetition then a 360. The best progression for rails
TLDR 360's are way easier then sliding a rail(comfortably)
If you get a little bit beat up doing the 360's, take a breather reset, do 360's in the boots no ski. then throw it with that motion without the weight of the ski's is fresh in your mind.