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post #41 of (permalink) Old 01-18-2013, 11:28 AM
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Originally Posted by ARSENALFAN View Post
I was doing pretty good and decided to pick up the tempo on a blue run. Then I caught a nasty edge and wrenched my wrist. At that point I pretty much decided that switch riding will be used when coming out of 180s and that is it. I get too cocky and confident riding switch on groomers and then always pay a price with a nasty fall. I don't find it difficult at all to ride switch. It is difficult to avoid injury....haha
This is totally me. I need to spend a day riding switch and I think I could improve fairly quickly, but as someone that only gets 15-20 days I feel like its a wasted day. The next weekday I get at one of my local hills I may give it a shot.. for at least half the day.
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