No, It's just not what you
find fulfilling and soulful.
There are people who go out (like me) and will spend hours on end failing
, and the one time you get that "ultra-tech" trick, it's like reaching nirvana. An age of adjustment, re-adjustment, searching to finally reach the end goal, often that other's deem unacheivable. There is nothing
more soulful than the quest
for a goal. (to me at least.)
"Ultra-tech" isn't about doing something because you can do it, it's about finding your limits and exceeding them. If anything, it's doing something because you CAN'T do it. Even the failures are exciting for me, everytime I fail I find something new that I wasn't doing right. That constant flow
is what I find enjoyable. So what if there isn't a variety of different tricks. There are a variety of failures, changes, executions that are exciting.
No different than someone climbing mount everest, rather than going out and climbing various surfaces in gyms hiking smaller peaks.
It really is incredibly small-minded to go off about how something is soulless, implying some sort of inferiority, because you do not understand and likely can not do it. If that was acceptable, then anyone who can do "ultra-tech" tricks should be on here demeaning the 'freestylers' for their "lack of skill". I don't see that happening anywhere
. Not in kiting, not in skateboarding, not in snowboarding, not in even in fucking gymnastics. It is plain wrong to invoke "freestyle" to claim someone's style is somehow inferior. Refer to below.
Less is more in many things for sure. Less is certainly
not always more when you're talking about someone's personally enjoyment of their hobby or profession.
Anyway this cake is great.
It's so delicious and moist