The first thing you need to do before you start learning new skiing tricks is to ask yourself if you are ready to commit to the intense practice that may be required. Learning anything new requires a bit of time, patience and effort. If you lack any of the three things, you will not be able to do a great deal of learning and will instead find yourself losing hope of getting the desired results. Therefore, prepare yourself mentally and physical for learning skiing tricks and remain positive and confident throughout the course of learning.
Once you believe that you are ready to add a stylish trick to your arsenal, consider yourself ready to hit the trampoline. Trampoline is considered as one of the safest and easiest ways to learn skiing tricks. It helps you become more aware of your body and increases your control over your body while defying gravity. It will become easier for you to learn a trick when the only thing you find yourself concentrating on is to develop the trick. Remember to take the training seriously as you will have to put in some serious effort to learn a cool trick and then perfect it.
After you have successfully developed a trick on the trampoline, consider moving to a water ramp or foam pit. The setup will be pretty similar to that of a real snow park, but you will not have to worry about sustaining an injury because instead of landing on slow, you will be landing on a water ramp or foam pit. This will allow you to practice your tricks with more confidence, working on tweaking them to execute them with more perfection.
You can visit the snow park or slopes to show-off your new skiing tricks to your friends and anyone else you want to impress after becoming satisfied with your training on the water ramps or foam pits. The real setting will put you at a much greater risk, which is why you need to ensure that you remain focused on the trick and not try anything that you have not perfected in training already.