Laura completed a triple twisting triple backflip (or full, full, full) in training yesterday, while Danielle got up to speed and is poised to move onto the triple kicker jump tomorrow.
Gabi Ash is building and continues to increase her degree of difficulty towards the competition.
Laura took some time out to talk about her first day jumping triples on the Beijing site.
"I felt good. First day on the triples today so just building up," she said.
"Really stoked with my training session and we will come out and do more tomorrow."
Laura spoke about getting up to speed with triples relatively early in her training program.
"I think you've got to show people what you've got at this point in time. I think if you want to be as successful as you can be, it's best to stay focused on yourself and just get your jumps done."
Danielle is finding her rhythm on the new site and beginning to dial in some strong foundations as she moves through to her bigger tricks.
"Yeah, day two on the site today so it's still a bit of an adjustment phase getting used to a new site," Danielle said.
"But I'm happy with the way my jumps are going."
"I'll start doing triples tomorrow, [I was] just dialling in the doubles today and yesterday. Each day is a new day to figure out what we are doing."
Danielle was hopeful when asked if she will perform the triple twisting, triple backflip she showed at Deer Valley, USA.
"Yeah that's the plan. Depending on all the conditions here, things can change pretty quickly here but yeah, that is the plan."
Gabi, making her Olympic debut, felt comfortable with the state-of-the-art jump site at Genting Snow Park.
"It's day two, so still getting used to the site a bit but the site is really great with the wind wall. The jumps are the same we've had all season, so just getting used to it.
"[Training] was pretty easy, that was not my degree of difficulty. It's kind of more getting used to it and I'll probably do my degree of difficulty tomorrow."
Gabi's sister Sophie Ash competed in the women's moguls on Sunday night and was proud of her sister's achievements.
"It was nice to go out and watch her event, she did three really nice runs. I think she should be proud."
The women's aerial skiing qualifying will get the girls underway on Sunday 13 February at 10pm AEDT.