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Well I'm sure we all love it I went to my local small hill 4 days in a row and each day learned something new.
Day 1 FS 180 nose grab off the biggest jump they have
Day 2 FS 360 on a smaller jump
Day 3 on the double box that goes flat then down. fs 180 on the flat fs board on the down
Day 4 270 on the same box then 50-50 on the down
Day 5 will be 270 on tail press the down

One reason I posted this is to see what amazing tricks you guys learned in a row. cheers
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The most impressive trick I see here is being able to go to the hill 5 days in a row! Where's the 'jealous' smiley?

I'm hoping to get some vacation time in January or February, and you can bet that's where I'll be! (Well, here, not where you are)


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biggest jump they have is how big? how many ft?
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biggest jump they have is how big? how many ft?
5 feet probably


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biggest jump they have is how big? how many ft?
like a 10 ft kicker its pretty sad I know but I love my hill
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I have been boarding for 4 years now, I am not doing any of that, I jumped a couple of times last year... I am hoping to improve on that this year.

Nice work...way to push yourself!


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I have been boarding for 4 years now, I am not doing any of that, I jumped a couple of times last year... I am hoping to improve on that this year.

Nice work...way to push yourself!
you'll get it
also wheres everyone else's stories?
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this one time i learned to turn on my toe edge and then the next day i frikken ollied. it was beast


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I tried to work up the courage to hit the 10 foot kicker at our local hill. HELL it looked like the grand canyon to me.
(I was hitting 5' table tops last year so shouldn't be much worse)
I couldn't do it....Excuse's
  1. I can't get hurt this week super busy at work. (true)
  2. The landing was icy
  3. the hill was crowded
  4. I"m still getting used to my new board
  5. any others that you can dream up
I"m gonna hit it this weekend. Slow and steady, straight air and see how it goes.

Nice job on doing all that, no way I could.
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don't let excuses stop you. After a while you won't be scared to try new things maybe a little nervous but thats it
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