Let's get this straight : I'm an amateur skier. I ski in my backyard as a hobby. Where I live, ski conditions were pretty bad this year and with COVID-19, going to a ski station was complicated. So yes, my jumps are ridiculously small. And no, my grabs aren't perfect. Also, 90% of these clips shows the very first time I landed the grab. So I think every grab here deserves more "love" (and airtime). Nevertheless, here is my 2021 winter project.
I'm not quite sure what is the difference between a blunt and a tail grab.
The tweak is a bit strange, but I think that by looking at the grip, it's a critical.
I did this earlier this year. I wasn't very good at crossing skis at that time. I guess the grip is ok, but I definitely have to work on that.
I think there are different "Double Tail" grabs, but here is one.
Calling that a "High Mute" might be a bit misleading as my ski aren't crossed. I guess I could say "I've Landed Every Existing Grab on RIDERS App except for the High Mute".
This one wasn't easy. I don't know if I want to improve this one or even do it again.
I went a bit backward, but hopefully the jump was small. That mistake would have been a bit more "fatal" on a XL jump.
What is this crazy grab!? I couldn't do it without bringing my ski closer with my other hand. Big respect for anyone able to pull that off cleanly.
Well, this is not a grab, but RIDERS put this one in the grab category.
More airtime is needed for this one. Definitely gonna work on that next year.
P.S.: Sorry for double posting. I failed the formatting of my last thread and I couldn't modify nor delete it. I already contacted the mods to delete the other thread.