i imagine my self trying to throw myself horizontal looking back at the jump while lying along my right shoulder
(if youre looking from the jump)with my head to the left and my feet to the right (i spin left)
'this one goes out to the kids in the trees'-braddigan
well when i get off the jump i lay my head back and spin to the left.am not fixing anything,but the landing after rotating the 2/3 of the jump...maybe thats the reason, why my d-spins are pretty much 'off axis' back fulls....;-)
i cant do a d-spin, but a cork 7 is close enough. when u come off the jump, make sure u are a little backseat. come off the jumo w/ ur wait on ur tails and spin. this should send u almost totally cork. to get the full cork just drop ur shoulder. when u come around look for the landing. make sure u can do them on a trampoline first and try ur first few into powder.
What really helped me when I first started doing them was to do a 180 and then a misty 5. It sounds wierd, but it puts you into a fully off axis then inverted position. Once you develop the air sense, you can adjust the axis or angle at which you spin. Try it on a tramp first and record yourself doing them.
Take off backseat? I'd never do that, it might work, but thats not good advice.
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