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Licoln to rodeo
i dont know if this is the case for anyone else but i lincoln to the right and spin left but the way i want to learn rodeos is to just learn form lincoln 180s but if i spin left and rodeo right id be throwing my head in front of my skis so wouldnt that be a misty. is it easy to do lincolns both ways. or should i just spin right since its only a 180
holy shit u totally lost me there...
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i licoln over my right shoulder but spin to my left.... i want to learn rodeos by doing a lincoln 180 and then just kinda doing it on a different axis but is it hard to spin to my rigt ive never tried
lincons and rodeos are completely opposite. lincon is a frontflip with a 180, and a rodeo is a backflip with a spin.
i say that you just try it on a trampoline, and do it on skis whichever way you think is most comfortable.
lincoln is a side flip, not a frontflip 180.
as for the flipping right spinning left, i think thats the comon thing to do and it shouldnt hinder your spinning, if you think about it as u drop your right shoulder its much easier to spin left and u would prob end up doing a frontflip thing if u spun right. You should be able to do the lincoln to the right and spin to the left at the end
easiest thing to do
when u do lincoln, u set to the right and keep ur head foward
to go to rodeo, set the rotation and look back over your left shoulder, you'll spin thru the lincoln a little off axis and have momentum to turn the 180 (which is only abuot 90 near the end)
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My advice is: Don't worry so much about names.
I call anything with a lincoln + spin a rodeo, even though technically you can differentiate between overflip, rodeo and underflip. So just flip your lincoln over your right shoulder and then spin to the left. Call it what you want, it will look cool anyway.
read that out loud, then rewrite it so it makes sense.
if you could do a licoin you could probably do a rodeo in the pipe (flair) its basically the the same way you throw yourself and if you want to do them on jumps your going to have to work on your backflips.
just huck a dub flip and get it over with
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