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Jumping Frustration...

I went to the hill last night with my un-broken boy and his friend.
I was working everything, groomers, butter, side hits, park, and jumps.

I am getting my speed dialed in good. I feel comfortable on the approach. But I'm getting toe-side heavy as I try to POP off the lip. I'm washing out toe-side on my landings.
When I'm at the transition I get small and ride up the lip, pop off, but when I pop I am leaning forward to get that push, but still flat based. My body MUST be leaning over my edge as I'm washing out on the landing.

I'm not sure this is a good evaluation of whats going on but I think I'm analyzing it correctly. I was hoping to get a video of me but my boy left me solo again ahahaha
Any thoughts???

-I'm Slyder and I suffer from "Gummer Syndrome"
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