No problem man! Sorry I can't help you with flattening them out or anything though. I just wondered because I've been skiing since I was about 3 and park skiing for probably 4 years now too, and there is no way I could ever possibly do that. I get really nervous throwing anything over a 3 haha.
just throw your rodeo more like a spin and bring your legs up.
and btw, it doesnt matter how many years you've been hitting the park. i was able to do every flip the first season but i wasnt able to do a 2out =/ just practice on tramps and youll be able to throw some spins and flips in no time!
i dont throw rode 5's the same way at all as a backflip, its weird i guess, but when you have the mentality of trying to kick your feet around your head, instead of flipping over, it flattens it out... hard to explain i guess
don't initiate as hard. just kinda relax and roll off the lip. Don't forget to pop, but try not winding up as much. Might help flatten them out and if not at least you'll come out of them a little slower
You just have to get more secure with the rotation and pop well. I learned flat 3s a week ago. I tried a couple times and crashed, but when I grabbed japan, it felt way better and I was able to get it. That could just be because I do it that way automatically on tramp, though.
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