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The.FishWho learns to pretzel before kfed? It is much more difficult imo.
JakeShredSo I got the front swap, but I can only spin front 2 off, any tips for getting the continuing spin out?
Gasboxy123K fed is fairly simple if your comfortable with un natural spins, for me it was fairly easy to learn once you FS continue your moment or time Fs to right at the end of the rail and drop your toe so you continue the rotation and pop and spin a backside 2
the key for me was really getting around on the FS so its very easy to continue your moment and make sure you pop off the rail because I was hung up on not being able to get all the way around on the B270
TannerhalscousinFor me doing the swap earlier helped so I could pretzel for the 2.
asparagusIt’s super easy if you’ve got unnatty back 2s, but if you don’t just frontswap really hard, pull your arms in and hop when you hit the rail after the swap
if you can back 2 it’ll start looking like this, where the back 2 is created by pedaling
Christian_Baleyou don't actually pretzel cuz the b2 rotation is in the same direction but yes, doing the swap earlier is good advice to keep your momentum.
PimpChimpinK fed is a mindset, not a skill. A true skier feels it in his bones.
AlexHallsEyebrowOne could say skiing is a mindset, maybe even a figment of our own imagination. A true skier may only experience the k-fed through reaching enlightenment or a higher Place