I've been trying dub 12's on the tramp for a bit but i'm having trouble bringing it to my feet and during the dub cork I usually hesitate going into the second cork. Could anyone give me any tips on how to do them?
it sounds like you can do them, you are just having trouble committing to them. It is really a mental thing, to not open up on the first flip. I dont know how you are setting your rotation so this might be erroneous, but if you can pop then set your rotation you might be able to get a little more height to get your rotation around than setting your rotation with your bounce, if that makes any sense at all..
Set your shoulders down and just keep your knees tuck and keep looking diagonally downwards over the shoulder on the side your spinning. Make sure you stay committed and keep tucked or keep the grab however you find works for you.
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No way. Dub 12s on tramps are not hard at all once your get em. That being said, do the progression until you're really comfortable with em. When you're feeling it, just set it harder and hold that grab until you see your landing. Just think about holding your grab and staying tucked and that might help you commit to the second rotation. Also, you might wanna start with 10s and then when you're good with that just swing the feet around to the 12.
chances are you arent committing to it, film yourself attempting one, watch it back and you'll realise you probably have more time in the air than you think, then once youve seen yourself, its easier to man up and actually get the whole flip/rotation around. atleast that is how i learnt dub 10s, that being said i can never get the last 180 to make 12s so maybe my advice is flawed.
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Not even the slightest bit... You can actually hurt yourself on snow. It's very hard to hurt yourself on tramp unless you are being a total fucking idiot. Or if you land on your head, which is easy to bail out of if you know what your are doing and are an experienced trampoliner. (Trampolinist?)