Hi 360 killers ...
Long time skier here, very advanced skier, but Ive never been able to hit a 360 on a regular basis. Im hitting my 360 only about 20% of the time.
Just about every time I crash, I'm too far sideways. I like to turn left off of my jump, the next thing I know I'm crashing, leaning way too far to the right, landing at about 350 degrees. At the end of the day yesterday, I had bruised up the side of my right hip because I kept landing in the same spot over and over.
Here is a video that is a more dramatic crash of what I seem to be doing. My crashes are similar to his, Im just leaning maybe 50% more toward the upright position, but Im still often coming down on my right hip first or a quick edge then a crash to the right.
My body lands angled at about 2pm on a clockface. I just cant seem to figure out what to do to keep my body upright at 12 oclock. My spin feels like it happens so fast I cant seem to gather awareness of where I am during airtime.
Any suggestions from good tricksters?
Please help ...