Hey guys! About a year ago i knew how to do corks on trampoline, i could do corks from 5 - 12s. then i learned how to do a Bio. And i practiced they bios ALOT. And now, everytime i try to cork, I end up doing a bio 9, and it pisses me off. Well, now I'm going summerskiing in a week and I'm praccing the corks a lot because i really want to learn how to cork on skis, still i get no progression because the only thing i do is the same old bios. I can do cork 5's but when i'm going for 7, I either do a Bio 9 or a strange underflip 7 thingy.
yeah my buddy had that problem and it's going to be hard for you to get that normal rotation back..just need to throw back over your shoulder and fallow through and stay closed can't pull your head back or you'll go into bio
start your cork later, really focus on jumping straight up and getting a good high bounce. After you've left the trampoline sit back softly and start a slow cork rotation. Don't worry about landing on your feet, just focus on the rotation. With skiing, on a good sized jump, you'll have plenty of time to float around a lofty cork 7 or 9.
has anybody here ever tried the "airplane turn"? you do a wide open three sixty onto your back. then once you start adding air to it, throwing it a bit harder and tucking up it'll throw you right into a cork. works for me