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Learning new big air tricks in super pipe

Hi Folks,

I'm not a snowboarder myself, no snow in the UK (boooooohooooo!) just very intereted in it and the biomechanics of it all.

I was watching winter X games on the box last week and saw a very short clip of a guy practising a new trick off the end of a superpipe into a big air bag before putting it to work on the proper super pipe.

Is this the way everyone learns big air type tricks or are other methods being used?

Please Santa, make it snow in the UK!
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