Dude, I made a second one because I wanted to include more definitions and more video examples. I also clarified underflips, which people to this day are still generally confused on. What is in the second trick guide is what the majority of NS agrees on. The reason for me making that thread was just to try and clarify and set some solid definitions down for what is what, and the second one is edited so that it agree's with the majority of NS members. And fuck you if you call that shit half assed, you go and put together a better one in your free time between your classes.
And I have never once stated that a D-spin is a different type of rotation than a cork. A d-spin is just what we use to call a cork that goes inverted. Snowboarders just call ever off axis trick like that a cork, no matter how inverted you get. But we call a cork that goes inverted a D-spin. I dont know why we do, but if you want to change it, start calling d-spins 'corks' so you can relate to snowboarders better.
I'm not going to argue with you about who is right, because tricks and naming stuff is all relative. As someone told me once, you could call going switch going "dog poop", and it would still look the same. But we have commonly accepted names for tricks in this sport, whether you want to use them or not, and the majority of us do. So, by all means, disagree with me, I'm not one to correct you. Call it whatever you want for all I care, but just realize that you're going to be on a different page than a lot of people.
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