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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-07-2007, 01:08 PM
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Withdrawal Therapy

SO hopefully you guys can help curb my addiction till we get some snowfall.

I'm 15 and from northeast Ohio. Last year was my first season. I normally don't get out except with my school's ski club (wont be the case once I get my license hehe). But in the few times we got out I was starting to try boxes and jumps. Fun stuff and can't wait to get better .
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-07-2007, 06:15 PM
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I've been riding for 3 seasons and this is going to be the first year I actually donate some of my time to the park, I wasn't really interested before but now I am a pretty solid freerider and I can fly down the mountain without any problems going full-bore. I'm looking to get better too I need therapy just as bad as anyone here, my area has a 24 hour live webcam where you can watch snowmaking etc. and I think lately on my days off I've probably spent close to 3 hours a day watching it lol. I need to go SO bad.
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Be carefull. Boxes and jumps the first year or so can be tricky
Hell yes they can. But I didn't focus on them. And the only reason I was hitting jumps was because the "snow" SUCKED everywhere but the park that day. It was all like a foot of slush, but the park was nice and I figured while in Rome...(It was actually a shitty rental )
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Killer advice. I'm going to use that this season as I attempt to learn switch and to not flail around when I get good air.
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