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Old 12-02-2010, 11:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I would like to know what do you guys think i should how to do frist? I have my riding, and turns down. What should i start learning frist?


If you can give me a list of the basic stuff i gott learn before i can really start learning tricks?


Any help would be great. thanks guys.
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Old 12-02-2010, 11:48 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Ollies are a great place to start. Being able to pop and land in transition, all while keeping your board and body quiet and sound. I would say to do this around the mountain and not in the park. Find natural bumps and other things to ollie over.
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Old 12-02-2010, 11:52 AM   #3 (permalink)
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That is top on my list.


I guess i should give some focus as to what i wanna do this season. I wanna be able to do 360*+ butters. And would like to be able to goo off small to mid sized jumps
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Old 12-02-2010, 12:25 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Any help guys
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For butters, you definitely wanna have nose presses and tail presses down. As for small jumps and 3's its all about being able to keep your board and body sound in the air first, then 1's and then 3's. Thats my opinion.
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Go full speed and pop of rollers into their transitions. Get a feel for air time. Then try a small 1 foot or 2 foot jump. Remember that the landing is always at an angle, sometimes what looks flat is not flat, because its going down the mountain. Never §stand up straight" in the air.

ALWAYS jump flat off your board, never on an edge. Never brake slide in front of a turn. Commit. Straight toward it not on an edge, pop straight over it and land flat - never on your back foort.

Have fun, mybe wear crash pads, because at first you will land on your hips.
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Is their something i dont know about butters cause they sound easy. I know it wont be easy when im on the hill. But they really do sound easy.
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Frontside and backside 180's will open up a world of tricks...they're essential to learning how to rotate your shoulders properly for all other tricks. Start doing them off small rollers and knuckles of jumps until you get really good at them and you'll be on your way to learning a multitude of tricks from there.
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and, do you think it is possible to start over with an all mountain board? this season i am planning to work on tricks and i have a custom 08, i find it a bit hard for this kind of stuff, i mean for tricks. any recommendations?
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I would suggest riding switch more if you don't already.
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