I just learned them. Play music really loud. Speed is your friend. Only do it if you aren't that scared so you know you can do it. Also, be really relaxed going into the jump and don't huck yourself. Flip as fast as you need to but nothing crazy.
Thanks man! Actually the first time I attempted one and it worked out good. OP, just try to visualize as much as you can. Huck it and after the first flip try to spot very quickly and then do the last flip. As sayed earlier its really better to overrotate than underrotate, so try to keep that in mind aswell. Good luck.
dont be scared and just commit. The pop is the most important part to start your momentum. Stay compacted until your upside down on your second flip and spot your landing. Make sure you have enough speed and have a big enough jump to do it on. If you dont have a big enough jump just take it deeper like me haha....
DONT. You almost hit your head on the lip and you had no control over the rotation. Pop and get a good set. The tuck through and lift into the second flip dont just fall into it.
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that you failed a test, didn't get the girl, or that your life is on a one way
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Almost hit my head? The jump was abit on the small side, I can agree with that, but I believe I had enough clearance when leaving the lip. Review the footage and pause it as I leave the lip, my head wasn't really anywhere near the lip. I had to do it fast, but I managed to spot and open up/straighten my legs for the landing. I also spotted halfway trough the flip. I believe I had control, atleast what I could feel myself. I agree that you should tuck, but I didn't really feel the need. It's hard to explain, but somehow I just felt it. Anyways, I agree you should tuck to get the rotation safely around. What I think helped me was that I did several straight backflips before the attempt. It really makes you ready for landing, gets the instincts going somehow.