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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-13-2010, 11:55 AM
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go bigger!!
The bigger you go, the more time you have to spin and learn on. You're wasting your time trying to learn to spin off small jumps.
Powder landings help a lot too.
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hey guys..I took all your advice to the mountain with me today and it definitely helped a great deal. I was able to land a bunch of threes. Granted I was goin small, with not much air, so they seemed pretty hucked, but now that I know I can do the rotation I can slowly go bigger and bigger and smooth em out. Thanks homies.
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