Iron Cross: Cross your ski's in front of your boots
Dumpshoot: Cross your ski's behind your boots
Daffy: Kick one leg forward, one leg back making sure not to bend your knees
Screamin Semen: Do a daffy then cross your legs onto the opposite sides then do another daffy to get your legs uncrossed
Zutnik: Keep your legs strait and kick them into a pike position (also called: Zute or Shifty)
Strait leg: In the pipe, when you go off the wall twist your lower body uphill and hold it that way until the last second where you flip your skis back for the landing.
Handplant: To be done in the pipe. You approach the pipe wall, plant your hand on the top and allow your feet to raise over your head. Extra points for grabs.
Indy: Grabbing under your right boot (can be with or without a cross)
Mute: Grabbing your left ski just infront of the boot while doing an Iron X then pulling it to get it tweaked out
Tai Pan: Same as a Mute but you grab inbetween your legs (under your right leg instead of infront of it)
Method: Same as Mute but without the cross
Huntony: Grabbing your left ski just infront of the boot, pulling that ski up to your right knee while kicking back your right ski.
Rocket Air: Do a Zutnik then reach down and grab your left ski just in front of the boot, throw in a Twister to make it look even better
Stepover stiffie: Do a Screaming Seamen into a Rocket Air grab then uncross
Tip grab: Same as Rocket Air but you grab the tip of your skis (can also be done with both hands)
Japan: Grabbing your left ski behind the boot and then kicking down your right leg
Jap Slap: Japan but with a Twister
Mute Kang: Same as Japan but grabbing infront of your left boot
Lui Kang: Grab under or just behind your right boot then kick down your other leg japan air style
Genie: Screamin Semen but grabbing your left ski with your right hand while your legs are in the crossed position.
Tail Grab: Do an Iron X then grab the your right ski's tail from the inside and pull it out to tweak
Safety Grab: Do an Iron X then grab the tail of your left ski on the outside
Toxic air: Like a mute grab but you cross and grab your ski's behind your boot instead of infront
Illegal grab: Drop your tips then grab the tail of your right ski from the outside without crossing your skis.
Zero Spin: Taking off and landing off a jump switch (no spinning), or in the pipe where you go strait up and come strait back down. (Well it's not really a spin but I didn't know where else to put it)
Regular spins: 180, 360, 540, 720, 900, 1080, 1260, 1440 have all been done
Switch Spins: the same a regular but you take off backwards 180 – 1080 have been done so far to my knowledge
Allyoop: A spin in the pipe where you spin towards the top of the pipe not the bottom. ie. spin right on the right wall, left on the left wall
Bio Spins: An off axis spin where you come close to being parallel with the ground, can be done starting at a 540 (Also called: Corkscrew)
Mellow 3: A 360 with a Huntony Grab
Rewind: A 360, but in mid rotation you do a twister so it looks like you stop rotating for a second
Front Flip: A forward flip
Front Full: Front flip 360 (Front Double is Front flip 720 etc)
Back Flip: A backwards flip
Back Full: Back flip 360 (also called: Mobeus)
Flair: A Back flip 180
Baroni: Front flip 180
Switch Front: Take off switch, do a front flip, land switch
Switch Back: Take off switch, do a back flip, land switch
Switch Flair: Take off switch, do a back flip 180, land forwards
Switch Back Full: Take off switch, do a back flip 360, land switch (Shane McKonkey)
Lincoln loop: Basically a barrel roll (can be done with spins)(Ed Lincoln)
Misty: A forward roll over your shoulder where you are never fully upside-down with various degrees of spin starting at 540
Rodeo: It's the opposite of the Misty, a backwards roll over your shoulder with various degrees of spin also starting at 540
D-spin: Set up for a backflip then when your back is parrallel to the ground turn 180 and continue to go under with various degrees of spin. It's inbetween a Back Full and a Corked spin
Dinner roll: Like a Rodeo but you partially delay the spinning till the end of the trick
Skodeo: In-between a Bio spin and a Lincoln loop with various degrees of spin starting at 540 (Skogan Sprang)
Flat spin: When you go off the jump you will spin on your side basically as if you were laying on your side on flat ground.
Miracle Whip: Backflip to late 360
Venus Fly Trap: A flair but with an added front flip on the way down from the apex of the jump in the 1/2 or 1/4 pipe (also called: Flair to Front)
Mctwist: Misty 540 in the 1/2 or 1/4 pipe
Tobone: Misty 900 in the 1/2 or 1/4 pipe
Allyoop Flatspin: To be done in the pipe. As you ride up the wall turn up hill so your back is facing downhill pop off the top blindside, go into the flatspin as you rotate over your back axis then you come around for the landing
Lawn dart: A Front flip where you hold off the rotation as long as you can then tuck up and finish the flip at the last instant, keep your arms at your side (also called: Superman if you stick your arms out front)
Underflip: Corked 180 to front flip (this trick has alot of controversy regarding what it actually is, but this is the way that Vinny Dorion, the inventor, does it most of the time so that's what's goin in the trick list)
Austin 3:16: An off axis Lincoln loop usually with a Mute Grab
Risky Flip: A D-spin to Backflip
Rails, Slides, etc.
Regular: Both skis centered on the rail under the boot as you slide along it
Combo Grinds: Where you jump or slide from one rail or grind to another
Seamen Grind: Where you do cross your legs over as you get on the rail, slide in that position then uncross your legs before the landing
One footer: Grab one boot as you lift it off the rail and slide along with the other (can be grabbing either your lead or trail boot)
Railslide to fakie: As you come off the rail you land backwards
270 On: Spin a 270 onto the rail then begin to slide
270 Off: Spin a 270 off the rail (depending on which direction you spin off you could have a either a regular or fakie landing)
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