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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-06-2013, 05:56 PM
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When hitting jumps always use the buddy system!

Always let a buddy hit it first and guage the speed off them.

If you have no buddies then wait a minute and when someone comes and gives you that "you going" look just say, no buddy, you go ahead.
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When hitting jumps always use the buddy system!

Always let a buddy hit it first and guage the speed off them.

If you have no buddies then wait a minute and when someone comes and gives you that "you going" look just say, no buddy, you go ahead.
Hahaha that's awesome.
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i have a really good freestyle skiir friend and he was hitting a 40 ft jump and he needed more time for one of his corks... well he took it 80 ft and went completely flat and got super bad shinbang and he was shivering. he was fine though.
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It seems we have something in common, terrible judgement (at least some of the time ).
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