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i'm thinking about doing some backflips this season and i'm wondering how much different is it doing them in the slopes than on flat ground without skies
Its not hard at all trampoline is the best way to practice, but all you do is look back and spot landing, and pull knees around
yeah a trampoline would be great but i dont have one so right now im doing the from benches and stuff landing on anything soft
no backs arnt hard at all there really over rates just throw it and look back
PS. try it in pow first
easier than a gainer off a diving board. also i think its easier than spinning
haha yeah dude, if you can do them off a bench and land them you can easily do it on skis
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should you try to grab your knees first try?
i learned them this summer on water ramps, you really need to swing them with your arms and shoulders
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just throw it back and spot, soo easy if u get ur legs around
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there wicked easy i landed them my first try....so much easier than spinning threes
I believe that the most similar activity is doing them off diving boards. If you can do gainers off diving boards really easily, backflips should come pretty naturally.
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backflips are really easy trampolines do help wiht learning them
backflips are the easiest trick ever. they are easier than 360s. especially if you do them over a decent sized table first.
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