i haven't tried yet, but for me the dub that i see myself trying first is a cork 7 to backflip... it's the first one i can visualize.... i can also kind of see a spun lincoln to late cork 5... but i 'm going to have to play with that one on water for a bit before i actually see what's going on.
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I tried dubcorks and found it pretty hard to get the second cork, I also started with kangs, which are easier in my opinion. I am getting the kangs, but I still have problems with either over or underrotationg the second flip.
Cant say anything about switch doubles.
Just get out there on a waterramp and try the trick you can visualisize.
I wouldnt recomend doing so on snow though
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First i learnt dub front, then i did dub rodeo 9 wich is the most fun dub i can do as its easy to land if you tauck properly and just really fun. Today i also leart a dub back wich is actually not as sketchy as you might think :)
i tried dub cork 12 on snow for the first time last year with no previous attempts on anything and almost had them, just under rotated by a little but i had the right axis and all that. and i just learned kangs on the diving board and they dont seem to hard. but personally i would get really comfortable with double backs and just being ok with going upside down twice. so if it were me, i would get super comfortable doing double backs and flat 3s, and then just go for a dub flat 3. that is my plan of action.
Thanks guys a lot i decided i might work dub back and kangs on waterramps and even a hexoflip(even though i will need to get better at them on tramps) cheers KEEP THEM COMING i am really interested to hear what you guys have to say
can you cork?? if so go for a double cork. just make sure when you come around your first cork keep throwing and stay tucked and you'll come around the second cork for your double. haha now the ACTUALITY of it is alot harder than i just explained. but water ramp sounds dope right aroud now. god i hate the midwest.
^^^^this! it really depends on what u like and what your comfortable doing, i learned double cork first just becuase im really comfortable corking, but for some one really comfortable flat spinning, they might wanna try kang first, its all just personal prefrence really.
I am waiting to hear a response from someone who throws doubles a lot. My opinion though is in fact the double lincoln. You can always see the landing and always tell where you are in relation to your landing in terms of distance. And, they are easy to get momentum going in that direction and easy to come out of.
After double back I tried dspin 7 to backflip on waterramps. Didn't go that well mostly cause the ramp I tried it on wasn't very big I just came up short. I'd recomend kangs though they're super fun and relatively easy. Lots of time in the air to spot the ground and such
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