I've been on NS for two years now, I've seen dozens of ski movies, but still I'm absolutely clueless on how to differentiate a cork from a dub cork or from a triple. I know the definition of what the difference is, but when I view a trick I have no idea how to visually see the difference. Can anyone help me on this?
then it goes inverted again, a "dub" as in a "double"
i assume you can tell the difference between a backflip and a double backflip? so imagine that on a different axis... i thought this was a troll at first but then i remembered when i first started watching park skiing and i had no clue what those guys where doing
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I appreciate your willingness to see the honest intent with this question and not write it off as a troll as I assume most people have.
Anyways, this is quite a easy defintion to follow. So basically, its just a spin thats off axis that goes inverted, as you go inverted on second time around thats when it becomes a double, and then a triple and so on. Correct?
I give you slack because I just can't count the amount of spins after a 900. Like if someone does a dub cork, I generally have no idea if it was a 10, 12, etc. I just get lost and have to just say it was a dub cork or whatnot and call it good.
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