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Yea yea. I know. I have two 6x6 pieces of acoustic foam in there plus what ever else is in the room. If you have advice send it along but NOT in this thread.
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@Than_Bogan‌ not always. if I were in Antarctica and drinking a fine English beer I would one keep it from getting too cold.

 

yes I know I say something wrong stuff in my videos

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I skied with the new In Tow handle last night. Time it took to be comfortable changing from US Gear to In Tow ARS = One pass.
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The darn training loop is killing me.... I CRUSHED a 36.5 pass tonight. I even did a wrong hand reach / hand drag around 6 ball.

 

As expected my brain knows 36.5 is easy and ya know I sucked as soon as I went all the way to 38 off.

 

Well so the loop is awesome but I am a head case

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I don't want to minimize the extent to which you (and I) are headcases, but 11.625 really is quite a bit easier than 11.25. Consider that while it's "only" a 37cm difference, the gap between -38 and -39 is "only" 50cm. For somebody at that boundary (e.g. me), those 50cm might as well be a 100m cliff.

 

Indeed, even though I still only run -38 on a really good day, I'm definitely thinking about getting an 11m loop, because 10.75m is completely out of reach. I need some type of stepping stone to start to figure something out -- currently it's just a total mess of a 1-ball followed by a pitiful attempt to get somewhere near the 2 ball. I have no expectation that I can run 11m, but maybe I'll be slightly less outclassed by it and can learn something.

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Those 1/2 loops are great. I ran three 36 1/2 off passes today. I am not saying they were pretty passes but is it a stepping stone to running more 38s.
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