That's my conclusion too, the carve is too aggressive and there's too much spin and too little flip/loop in the mix. Definitely something going on there tho. The spin feels so different than on carved threes, but somehow there's a weird comfort / natural feel in the axis too. Must be due to being able to see the landing practically the whole time.
SofaKingSicki think you're well on your way, you have the right general set and all. keep rippin em and leaning more and more into them, maybe even try a hand drag take off. also i'd say slow down the spin a little, i feel like you're rushing it a tiny bit more than you need to
but yeah keep going, keep dipping more and more. dip into the cork and get those skis up to the side to meet your hand for the grab
Thanks. You wouldn't believe how hyped I'm about my skiing in general, day in, day out! 😄 Actually got a few binding tickles but the camera was already packed at that point. For me, the grab is the most different feeling part of the trick comparing to normal threes. You need to grab more in front of you and less under you. You drop out of the axis if you grab normally and the trick becomes a carved 360. The grab needs to be grabbed like in a big 180 Safety, very different to my 360's and how I grab them.
SteezyYeeteri think it's sick you're doing that at 39
Different feel for sure. I actually still feel it's surprisingly similar feeling trick compared to aggressively carved threes without the flip/lincoln spice.
STEEZUS_CHRI5TI'm at the same stage as you. Learning how it's supposed to feel and dipping that shoulder is a little weird when you're so used to standard 360's. Kind of have to forget everything you know because muscle memory takes over.
All in all, I'm pretty sure things will click when I bring this set to a bigger & steeper jump.