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its a lot easier to start out with just straight up dub fronts or backs then you can move on to different dubs. thats how i learned
true, but there is a bit of a difference. Take learning a higher spin - yes you need to commit, but if you under/over rotate it, and you land on your uphill edges, then you'll be fine. However, if you do the same for a flip, you'll most likely eat $h!t.
I'd say the key for me when learning a backflip was to throw it hard right off the lip,, because you can always slow the flip. Get your two rotations done as early as possible so you don't have a rushed landing. Good luck baggyt, I want to see this at Pats next year!