I'm a 40 something mom of two boys, who wants very badly to attempt (and successfully land) a 360. Let me start first by saying that despite the fact I am a mom, visions of June Cleaver fatally attempting crazy ski stunt should promptly disappear from your heads. I am an athlete, I'm in good shape, and I am an excellent skier. I've been skiing regularly since I was 3, and I'm not afraid of any terrain. That being said, I know it may seem to some of you young guys out there that it might still be a bit late in the game for me. I'm not convinced and refuse to let my 40s get the best of me. Please help me learn how to do a 360. Not to sound greedy, but I wouldn't mind being able to get a grab in too. For the record, I haven't even attempted one yet, so I'm not even sure what to expect (but I do regularly hit the jumps on the sides of the groomers with no problem).
I already incorporate plyometrics into my workouts and I've watched a ton of videos of young guys doing ski tricks on YouTube. Any advice other than more dry land workouts and more video footage viewing?
Please help me before my boys get any older--I want to keep up with them as long as I can.