Lars is a retard. English longbow had such incredibly high draw-weights (100+lbs) that the skeletons of archer were deformed and they never fired at specific targets, archers instead getting on formation and firing volleys Meanwhile he's using some dinky 30lb bow and doing needless flips
/sg/ - Ski General #6 Go big or go home edition Last thread: >>799117
>I've never skied before, what do I need to know before I start? pastebin.com/gpincHC3
>What skis should I get? evo.com/how-to-choose-skis-size-chart-and-guide.aspx
>What boots should I get? It is extremely important to get boots that fit you well and to have them heat moulded. Therefore, it is very important to go to a professional bootfitter (not just a ski shop, but specifically a bootfitter). For a list of reputable bootfitters, refer to epicski.com/wiki/boot-fitters-on-epicski You can also consider getting custom footbeds for increased comfort and performance. If you are a beginner this is not that important (though getting boots from a bootfitter is), but if you are an advanced-expert skier it will make a big difference.
>Why is it so important to go to a bootfitter?/I went to a bootfitter and still have a problem, what's wrong? epicski.com/a/boot-fitting-which-boot-will-work-for-me
>What bindings should I get? The most important things to consider with bindings are DIN range and brake width. Your DIN should be around the middle of your binding's DIN range. For example, if you ski with a DIN of 7, a 4-12 binding would be good for you. A 1-7 or a 7-16 would be bad. If you don't know your DIN, look up a DIN chart. The brake width should be approximately equal to the waist of the ski. It's better for the brake to be a little smaller than a little bigger (ski shop techs can bend the brakes when they mount the bindings), but if you go more than 7mm or so smaller the brakes might not fit well. Going up to about 10mm wider on the brakes is alright too as long as you don't carve really aggressively.
>Where should I ski? Right now: onthesnow.com/skireport.html In general: onthesnow.com/ski-resort.html
>I suck at skiing, how can I get better? Stop being a faggot and huck something big. Or post video of you skiing ITT and we'll critique it.
This is a juggling thread. Hate me if you want, but you probably dont possess my level of skill.
Favorite props (things to juggle) How many
> I favor the ball because there are alot of extremely complicated patterns to be created and explored. Yes I do clubs, but I feel because of their flash they are kindof an easy escape from learning hard technical patterns >3-4, I can do up to 5, but at that point alot of the "technical" patterns are just multiplex combos
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>>847388 as far as I know, to qualify as juggling you need more objects than hands, so two would mean you were just tossing them around. Oranges is how I used to teach old people because they are easy to catch and oranges have good visibility
>>847394 I don't exactly remember, but that fucking gym teacher might've been lying to me, then. I remember we had some cloth, and we fucking "juggled" them. I might've had just 2 of them. >toss, toss, catch, catch
>>846882 That's the thing. Actors just have to learn technique, and then put them together into a dance. Actors don't have to learn how to apply technique, actors don't have to develop reflexes, and actors don't have to train their reaction time.
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