When ever I land switch from, 1's 5's or the occasional 9, I am always landing really forward (backseat if I was landing regular.) I have clicked out a couple of times on the bigger jumps. Do you guys have any tips?
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the ammount of spins you can do is irrelevant. Do you have trouble landing your 12's also?
Dial in your 1's, simple as that. start with small jumps and work your way up to stomping 5's clean. 9's?? yeah... i don't believe that. Just tell it like it is. That's like me saying, "i have a hard time spinning switch on my 1's, 5's, and 9's".
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take off leaning harder forward. when your landing dont look at your feet that makes you go more forward and land to much tip heavy.look out and look uphill once you land, this will make for much better switch landings.
As everyone else said, Lean your axis forward more. Also, hit the jump with varying angles and carving slightly on the approach, you'll get a feel for what behavior on the approach does what. It comes down to developing air sense, so repetition
I do that too. Must be why girls chase me with flavored condoms, sandwiches, and lube daily. -papa_lanks
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