history of freestyle skiing
aerial skiing is one form of freestyle skiing. Moguls and aerials make up freestyle skiing
Freestyle Skiing is played: It is and acrobatic for of technical and aerial skiing
You might be thinking of professional skiing. As in the Olympics, Freestyle skiing is a discipline which contains a: Mogul event Areial event Ski-cross event So really, mogul skiing is a type of freestyle skiing.
It can be. Alpine skiing means downhill skiing while nordic skiing is cross-country skiing. Freestyle is part of alpine, but instead of just going down the mountain freestyle is specifially jumps, grinds tricks etc.
Freestyle skiing equipment is very similar to alpine equipment. Some freestyle skiers prefer to have ski jackets and other pieces of clothing looser than normal, this restricts there movements less, as there having to bend and flip around. Skis for freestyle skiers are also different, they have twin tip skis that allow them to ski backwards or land backwards after jumps, they are also shorter than what the normal alpine skis should be for your height.
skiers use jumps (also called kickers or launches) or rails to do Freestyle skiing