ya, iv done many a bios on trampoline. the difference between bio, flat, cork, and misty is so similar its hard to tell, but there are some key differences. flat you kind of go back, bio you go sort of down and around, misty is a straight flip with spin, and cork is just coked spinning. just go onto youtube and look up bio's youl seee some
blast it! theve seen though my guise, quick to the bat cave!
ya but they're alot like rodeos which people sometimes call flatspins.
the best way to learn it is to visualize spinning normally but to drop your right shoulder (if spinning to the left). after a while you'll get the feel for it and you won't have to visualize it like that anymore
if you look at colby wests bois he doesn't set it like a misty, he sets it like a normal spin and then goes off axis after 180/360.
and saying that bio is just less inverted than misties is confusing. you either go inverted or you don't. Bios are not inverted, corks are not inverted, misties are inverted, rodeos are inverted, and flatspins are the same as rodeos, just without going inverted. your feet newer goes above your head.
think about doing a cork with a mute. so ure left hand is leading the spin with ur right hand grabbing
(spinning left). now think about doing this in the exact opposite direction (downhill), this is hwo i started to visulize it. then whe ure throwing kinda look up at the ceiling and thro like ure rolling on the ground on and spot by using ure leading hand
Either belive you can, or think you can't either way your right
well its really hard to explain by typing but......... you kid of jup and make a 90 degree turn to your left (if you spin left) then start to flip sideways like a licon and almost as soon as you start the lincon spin left and look down over your shoulder, sorry that is confusing, to hard to explain unless that made sence.....
Ok...this is my info, if I'm not mistaken.
Misty:frontflip with spin 75% flip, 25% spin (feet come directly over head)
Rodeo:Backflip with spin 75% flip, 25% spin (feet come directly over head)
Cork: a off axis, back leaning spin 75% spin, 25% flip (feet dont come above head)
Bio:opposite of a cork. a off axis, forward leaning spin 75% spin 25% flip (feet dont come above head)
Flatspin: If I am not mistaken, it is a lincoln loop and backflip mixed.
D-spin: a cross between cork and rodeo. (feet come above head but not directly over)
Those are the most common off-axis spins or flips. Feel free to correct me if you feel something is wrong.
Misty is like rolling over a table forwards.
Cork is like rolling over a table starting backwards.
Bio is like screwing a screw into a wall, similar to the rotation the screw driver makes.
Flat is kind of like being a helicopter blade, where your back spins looking at the ground and your torso is pointed at the sky the majority if the time.
Well, since we are all confused I have a question about flatspins. Why does it seem a flat 3 and flat 5 are so different? A flat three is a backflip on an angle, a flat 5/7 and so on is like your spinning on your back?