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Old 02-21-2013, 09:35 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Yeah the second one. Sliding down a green run and practice carving in and popping into a 360.

Once you can do that every time then you're ready to take it on a jump, but getting that carving technique down on a flat green run first is very important to smooth 360 rotation.
I just realized that when I do the spin on a flat I always go backside. Should I get comfortable with my FS, or go with the flow and try the BS 3?
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Go with what you've been working on, it should feel natural, on your way to the lifts start workin on the FS rotation on the snow so you start to feel that too.
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I just realized that when I do the spin on a flat I always go backside. Should I get comfortable with my FS, or go with the flow and try the BS 3?
Either bs or fs is fine. Whichever way you're more comfortable learning 360s, go with that.

Once you get your 360s mastered in one direction you can go back and learn the other directions, but for now just focus on the one that feels the most comfortable to you.
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