hey bros. so i have my cork 7's on lock, but every time i try to bring it around to a nine i land like 810 on my side. For some reason i cant spin the last 180 and land on my feet. Any body have any tips i can do to land it?
Well it's good that you already have cork 7 on lock, that makes cork 9 a lot easier as you already know how to set cork and come around to your feet.
For 9, just don't dip into your cork quite as hard. Set your spin just a little harder to get 9, bit don't set cork quite as hard on the takeoff and think about getting fully corked a little later in your spin so that when you drop out and go to 9 you will be up right and not sideways. Also when you spot your landing and go to drop it to switch, make sure you bring your eyes up and try to look back up the landing of the jump. That will help you land more upright and not be tip heavy.
since this is a cork trick tip, i don't wanna make another thread on something similar, i'm thinking about cork 7s. We got a powder dump so it will help with crashes aswell.
SO, i got my 720s down... On the trampoline, I find corks way easier than regular spins, but i've never tried a cork on skis. I'm asking for tips on doing my first cork on skis, because i know how different trampolining is to skiing. I'm also asking if it would be easier to go for a cork 7 or 5?
Spin strainght nines. Once you get the feel of the rotation speed, tuck the shoulder and watch the base (spoon) of the landing to finish it. At 810, you are already pretty ready to land, so just give more rotation and less off axis.
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