just go for it idk really cuz ive never done one but thats usually all you hav to do to get something and dont give up on it
and im sure thats what he means because thats really the only place you can practice it like that. thats the best way to get a feeling for it
your the one that taught me that!
u have skis on in the snow. wont it be harder with skis on.
after going through this whole process myself, i can tell you the order of tihngs to try.
1. do a 180 to belly drop. this is called a half airplane.
2. do a 180 to back drop. this is called a full airplane.
in both cases your head should be pointing backwards from how you started. if it isnt, your doing it wrong.
3. do the full airplane, but put more rotation. This is the first method.
second method: just try spinning over your shoulder. this is the hucking method, and works for some people.
third method: do a 180 to misty 5. DO NOT CHEAT, do a full 180 before getting into the misty rotation. if you cheat you will not do it.
This is how i teach it, remember its only my opinion. try these out and see for yourself.
Best of Luck!!
before i learnt corked 7's i learnt corked 5's and 9's. for some reason i find it easy landing switch in a corked spin. don't if thats just me or other people. Also drop your shoulder, thats what puts you off your axis.
Last year I tried some cork 7s. I just dropped my shoulder and looked down behind me. Then I tried another one. But my friend said it wasn't that corked even though I felt like I got corked.
Then I went up again and really threw it hard. I musta spun like a cork nine but I never 'uncorked' and I landed on my face.
Any tips on how to uncork it? Or just how not to land on your face?