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Tips for dub cork 10 (on tramp) +k for help!
hey guys i just need some help with this trick. i can always get the first cork down but my problem is getting that last flip in. i just cant figure out the movement. thanks +k for help!
if you have a video it would help us out, just abit hard to help out without
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word thanks ill try to upload one soon +k!
keep practicing cork 7s to your back, like when you're about to land hold your tuck and fall onto your back. Keep doing that faster and faster, also experimenting with different heights, and when you feel comfortable, just go for it. Make sure you hold the tuck until you can see your landing, that'll make sure the second cork comes around.
Word thanks so much plus k!
Boom. Also, make sure someone is throwing a pad for you. Stay safe.
Huck it deep. If you dont you will have trouble initiating that second flip and will most likely do a cork seven to underflip-ish thing (aka dub 12) which is not necessarily bad but if you want to do a dub ten you might as well do a dub ten. Also, I think they come around a little faster than 12s
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every time i try to do a cork sev to my back i just whip it around to a 9 by accident i dont know why!
just keep holding your knees, if you don't let go it will be impossible to land 9
Grab mute! Don't know why, but it helps me bring the rotation around and makes it way easier.
can you do double misty 9's? all a dub 10 is is a 180 to a double misty 9. So, practice a misty and a quarter to your back, then 180 to misty and a quarter to your back, then try the dub 10
ok i see how that works ill try it out thanks +k
thanks so much for all the help everyone i have the exact rotation and every thing now, all that is left is to sack up and go for it haha
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