Do a lincoln, backflip, or backflip first. Frontflips are way sketchier. I know it feels more comfortable to do a front flip it's like that for just about everyone. But when you start doing backflips and lincolns on a tramp and then on snow they are just soooo much easier and controllable. Trust me and I'm sure many people can vouch for it.
Tips for doing a backflip on the tramp: If you're scared about doing them have your friend spot you by if you under rotate he will just flip you over. Also I know this sounds funky, but make sure you JUMP before you flip. I can't tell you how many times I've seen people who were learning back flips for the first time would just have absolutely no pop and just let them selves almost roll back and be about 2 inches off the tramp and land on their neck. And that's how you really hurt yourself. When you do one make sure you JUMP up in the air then do the flip. Focus on that and it's pretty difficult to hurt yourself on the tramp when learning backflips.
After just do them on a air bag no need to go ham on the first or second day of the season. You've got all season haha. It's a bit different throwing a backie on snow but it's easier than a front flip. It might not feel like it but once you do one you'll be surprised at how they aren't very difficult. Same goes for lincolns. Honestly to me lincolns are easier than back flips but everyone who skis park needs to do a backflip.