Sorry I misphrased the title...This is a freestyle trick question for skiing. As a skier, when I am preparing for a larger spin (i.e 720, 900, 1080) I start with a 90 degree upperbody rotation coming into the take off in a T set, I start my upper body rotation so that when I'm leaving the lip my whole body is met as one. I am now spinning, about 90 degrees into my spin I pull my hands in to get around quicker, and sometimes even my elbows as well. And everything is going great, except when I'm landing. I land it, but it seems really sloppy and I am not quite stomping it. I am in the back seat when I land, and I'm landing on my heals. Any advice or tips on what to do when i'm landing? Also note: this is for flat spin rotations, no grabs, crosses, or variations in the air.
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2/7/09 at 8:08pm