for me almost taking a flip stance helps. as you approach the lip you need to try and throw all your weight into one shoulder instead of both for a front flip. after you start flipping let your legs follow with the way you want to spin. this helps for me but its differnt for others but its most likely a trial and error kind of thing.
yea thats what i was thinking too.
cork 3's on a tramp aren't too easy for me. and for cork fives you still have to come out what feels to me like pretty early. where cork sevens are the full more natural motion.
so i guess the smaller the spin the harder to cork fluidly.. maybe?
if you want to learn cork 1's ask leigh. :D
You've gotta set your rotation diagonally and almost throw your skis upwards of your body. I learned big cork 3s by taking off in lazy boy and dragging my hand on the jump. It might seem harder but it sort of forces your spin to go corked
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everyone always says you 'uncork naturally', but how is this the case. I have been trying to cork 5 for a while on the tramp. I can spin horizontally or near horizontal just like anyone else here. however i only ever land on my front for 5 or back for 7. what's all this about uncorking naturally!?
Dont worry about going 'cork' try and focus on sticking an off-axis spin... my tip would be to try and pretend you are rolling over a picnic table.. like drop your back and roll... eventually it becomes natural
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