A round one may do the trick for simple stuff, the bigger you can get the better as you'll at least have the room to practice moving forward while twisting rather than staying on the spot.
Problem with a foam pit is that you never actually feel the landing, I can see it as a useful tool (like the big air bags) for the initial learning phase of a new skill, but weaning it off onto the slopes or super pipe surely must have some other intermediate safety measure.
I'm about to crack out fantasy factory to see what they do with skateboarding in to the foam pit.
Please Santa, make it snow in the UK!
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