1. find a roller type feature, stepover jump landings work well. having a roller that will pop you UP makes it a lot easier. the steeper the roller the better. I learned them on a spine type feature.
2. GO FAST. Go fast enough to send you like half way down the landing and then go faster. having more speed will give you more time to kick your feet under you. worst case you send it to flat or over rotate to 5. both options are fine.
3. Pop before the top of the roller. you wand your hands to be dragging at the top of the roller. if you pop too late you will miss your hand drag and crash.
4. When you pop reach for the snow near the tails of your skis while kicking you feet up parallel/above your head. this is the most key part of the trick. the harder you kick your feet up, the easier it is to kick them back under you. you might consider ditching your poles because grabbing some snow is key and poles can get in the way.
5. Do a backscratcher. you need to get your tips away from the snow so you don't catch them and throw off your rotation.
6. At this point you will be at 180 and fully corked out with your handing dragging the snow above your head. for the second part of the rotation, pull your hand back while kicking your knees through to get back on axis. then stomp it out.
1. Do a backflip instead. No one actually likes doing frontflips.
for the handdrag cork 3 just approach the jump from the side you spin (i spin left so i approach from the left heading towards the right side of the jump at an angle) Then sit back on your skis and drag your inside hand as you carve the direction youll spin (left hand for me). When you reach the lip just throw your outside hand over your head and towards the other side of the jump and move your head around to bring you through the trick, you can learn it off really small jumps so you dont have to worry too much. Also bring more speed than you think you need, you arent popping at all and the hand drag takes a lot of your speed out. As for front flip I would suggest trying backflip first if you arent familiar with inverts, just to get the feeling of being upside down. Fronts are alittle wacky since you are going against the direction of takeoff (which kicks you back naturally) But as with any trick if you want to try it you just have to commit