Hi, Ive been skiing for 15 years and I still cant do rails. So i think its time to actually learn them.
Everytime I try to slide a tube I always fall forwards of the rail and I cant seem to ever land correctly on it any tips?
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BradFiAusNzCoCaAre your edges detuned? And do you have any speed?
BigBangOofSkierNo, My edges arent catching or anything, but when I jump and rotate 90 I fll pf the rail on the pther side.
Railslayer69Try not to turn your upper body all the way to 90, turn more at the waist and look towards the end of the rail and point your shoulders towards it too. That will keep you from slipping off and landing switch which I see a lot at my hill with people trying to learn and once I tell them that they usually get it pretty quick.
BigBangOofSkierIm gonna try that, I didnt know I had to turn my upper body aswell, I just knew I had to focus at the end of the rail.
Railslayer69I’m the same way I’m left foot forward on rails but I spin to my left. It’s just whatever feels natural.