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Trampoline Lincoln Loop
so i can stick a lincoln loop on a tramp like 7/10 times
but the rotation feels very awkward and unnatural
can anyone compare a lincoln on skies to trampline?
does it feel more natural with forward motion or is it harder?
you have way more of a feeling to spin and flip on skis then to just flip like on a tramp... i can land lincolns on tramps 9/10 times on a tramp but when i take em to snow i usually end up doing overflips.
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pretty much the same for me. you just gotta look at a point and spin your body around it. its a little more awkward on skis obviously, harder to spot
I tried a lincoln one a tramp yesterday and hit my head half way through
hurts your neck like a bitch
I've never done one on skis, but I feel more comfortable doing fronts on skis and stomp them more often then on tramps
yeah they are weird on snow
when i do them i do more flatspinnish and i dont focus on a point
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nearly everytime i try it on skis i send it as an underflip. just focus on a single point and try not to let yourself spin. i dunno them that well tho
can land them almost every time on snow, but i'm too scared to do them on a tramp hahaha
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i find them way easy on a tramp, but really hard on snow, i think flats or the easiest on both snow and tramps though.
go ski sometime
theyre just a little harder on skis cause of the added swing weight on your feet but all in all just get em dialed on the tramp and then find a good jump when winter rolls around or a nice powder landing and youll have it
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I find them way more easy on the tramp, then a backflip for example ... can also concentrate on all kinds of graps while flipping. But on skis, it feel completely different. not so easy to spot the landing, as on tramp.
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i always end up doing like spinning lincon loops. i dont know what the would be called though
that was happening to me, i think i was looking at point to close or like on the ground, the knuckle the jjump for example
It it similar on skis to it is off a diving board?
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I've been wondering what a lincoln loop with a 180 is actually called, it's not a misty or rodeo (at least how i'm doing them), but def know the difference, just don't know the name. I have video, but don't feel like uploading it, Kevin Malone does them like crazy at the beginning of his edit on the surface site (surface skis.com - pick the one with the guy in the bandana and then (film 2), baller edit). I'm guessing is an over or underflip, but again, just not sure of the name of it.
i started doin them on tramps and was able to get them pretty much everytime, then i brought it to snow and it worked out, it does feel different because your goind higher and faster, just set it the same way and a bit more forwards since your not taking off straight, but at the incline of the jump,
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I can land 100% of the time on a tramp, I tried a couple on skis and they went to Rodeo 5. It's really hard to keep straight.
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underflip or overflip is my guess?
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what are skies?
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when you do them on skis the only difference is u have to throw it a little more forward keeping your body more over your chest
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