Dropping into the Halfpipe: The Straight Jump, Part One

Turning Points

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You should rise above the lip without pushing too hard off the wall. If you have enough speed, you will get air. As soon as you’re airborne, begin turning your hips and skis back into the pipe.

Focus on the spot where you are going to re-enter the pipe, and enjoy the hang time.

Keep driving your hands forward, while turning your skis back into the halfpipe.

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