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IskibunniesI was trying rail at the end of the season and always feel backward on my hip. anyone got any tips
CrunnchyPissFartalso looking towards the end of the rail with your head will help you keep your body weight a little more shifted towards the end of the rail
skiermanStop skiing before you hurt yourself.
**This post was edited on Mar 15th 2022 at 11:01:23am
IskibunniesI’ve also heard get more speed then I’m usually comfortable with when approaching the rail. Dose that help or is it more personal preference?
Chubz.hitting a rail with more speed = Less time on the rail = less time for error to occur.
it’s scarier but you’ll notice a difference almost immediately. Put more weight forward than you think you’ll need, look at and past the end of the rail.
buy some padded compression shorts too. It helps when you’re learning.
haven’t hit a rail in 3 years tho so don’t listen to anything I say