I use the acrobatic freestyle definition of the rodeo5/flat 5. They are identical except the flatspin ends when the boots pass the shoulders in the horizontal position. Once the boots pass higher than the head, you flip; rodeo5.
TJ's looked flat except for the last one; that was a sick rodeo 5.
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so with 2 degrees more or less off axis it can be a flat or a rodeo. the second the feet pass above the head, its a rodeo. but really, why the need to split hairs? we don't call slightly overrotated 360s 380s because its silly to differentiate when the trick is virtually identical
That my friends is a flat 5. His feet never go above his shoulders. For those confused about flat and rodeo, it is not much of a debate. What gets really tricky is the difference flat and bio or is there a difference really?
alright lets be honest, flat and rodeo are pretty much the same thing, just on flat you can do a 3. I've always thought of it sort of, if there has to be a difference, as in a flat u set it like you are doing a flat 3 then add the extra one to make it a 5 or 3 to make it a 7. Ive always thought of rodeo as more fluid in the whole rotation. these are pretty thrown forward, which is sort of strange, but id call it rod 5