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here is a picture of me doing a sw 540, may be flat?
starts the rotation like a sw cork 5 but somewhere in the middle it becomes a flat..
unfortunalley i dont got it on tape.. but enjoy the picure ;)
well think about it when u cork u look back at the jump lip well at least i do and when u under flip u look back at the jump and drop ure shoulder right? thats preety close like i got the idea they were close hwen i first tryed cork 7s id underflip 7 cuz i hucke to hard and then i just didnt try as hard and id cork 7...
you have to picture the axis that your rotating on to show the difference between flatspin and cork. With flat spins, you are spinning around an axis that goes through your hips, parallel to say your belt. However when spinning cork and rodeo, you are spinning around an axis that starts at your head and goes out your asshole, and though the axis itself rotates (depending on how corked you are) you are still spining around that primary axis. And whoever said that throwing switch rodeos and switch corks are not similar, you have obviously never done either, because if you can switch cork, all you have to do is through your shoulder a little harder and youre at a switch rodeo.
I,ll uplaod a vid of one of my switch 5 that is pretty flatish.
It's pretty much and uninverted switch rodeo. you can bring them around to 360 wich is way hard or keep spining to get back on axis.