Okay, you know the point in skiing when you transition from looking for Tricks, to Lookin for Lines, (And then Lookin for Flows.)
Like Bruh. that's a perspective.
Like think about Flows being made of Lines, and those Lines are made of Tricks. It's as if they're notes in measures of music.
All the OGs fuckin have flows. Compy Flows, Styly Flows, Jibby Flows, and Everything in the middle. A line with tricks creates a certain flow no matter what.
And Flow is inherently Stylish. So to be a guaranteed stylish rider, you gotta have a flow.
It's like your skiing must be playing a type of music.
It creates a theme to your skiing. A collective impression.
And physically the best way for someone to practice Flow is to:
Start Skiing Lines.
3 features per line.
With the structure of: "2 Tricks and a Tranny." or "2 Trannies and a Trick"
Two Tricks shows that you got fundamental skills on fundamental features.
One Tranny shows easy creative use of the park.
Lookin at a lot of my skiing, I see those formats pop up a lot. Because you can choose 2 tricks and a tranny to stick more to the established flow of features, but to still explore new options. Or 2 trannies and a trick, and It's nothing that has to get you wrecked with anxiety.
It all just gives you physical ways to practice style by using lines of different types of tricks.