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Old 02-22-2010, 09:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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ok i went to my first resort yesterday had a blast it was warm like 35 degrees and slush i had so much trouble carving i just keep falling and falling but when i get to powder i can make at least linked turns can so one help me
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ok... i'm a bit confused. first trip to a resort, but you've ridden powder before? was it not a real hill or what? just trying to get an idea to give a proper response.

my guess is just that its unfamiliar to you. slush is a very different ride. takes more leg strength, your positioning needs to be a bit different and edging into it isn't always your best option. don't let it discourage you. just keep getting back up and trying it again! at least the slush isn't hard to fall on... just wet!
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