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Choosing Consequences
Looking beyond the trick itself and making good decisions.

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This is some teaser text from the LTF CD-ROM. This section on the CD has some great wipeout and slam footage.

Choosing Consequences

Just like anything, there are consequences for your actions. It's good to anticipate possible outcomes before attempting something new. You may eye a gap and just go for it, not realizing the landing is rutted out and goes right into a grouping of trees. Ouch! Always thinking things through from start to finish is not only safe, but smart.

Looking Beyond the Trick

Before attempting any trick, you should be aware of the consequences. Knowing your abilities in each situation is key. For example, just because you can spin 360's, it doesn't mean you should throw one off of a lip you have never seen before. Think and look before you leap! Be aware of your surroundings, such as, other people, trees, natural and man-made obstacles, etc. Watch out for problems with landing areas. Some of these may be flat landings, congested landings, blind landings, and uphill landings. Visualize your tricks from start to finish.

Looking Beyond the Trick II

When it comes to rails and jibbing, the consequences can be greater because you are purposely going towards a feature or object. Take into consideration your skill level before attempting any new features. Always dial your tricks in on smaller features before stepping up to the big ones. Whether it's a longer straight rail or a wicked double kink, think about what could potentially happen before going for it.

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