Teens hate to be told what to do. So another approach is to ask them; by playing the humble but dumb ass old geezer. So the trick is to frame the question well.
An example: "Son, I've been trying to hit that jump, but when I go off, I think I open my shoulders and then get twisted up and eat it toe edge on the landing. What do you think I could do?...How do you keep your shoulder's closed during the approach and take-off?"
Its kind along the line of old med school...see one, do one, teach one. It's at the teach one stage where a person really learns their shit by trying to explain or show it to another person.
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