Id recommend a fairly poppy, medium sized jump. Preferably one with a soft landing in case you over/under rotate. Dont choose a small jump cause itll just be a huck fest and you wont actually learn how to flip in control.
"When you want to succeed as bad you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful"
I've landed one backflip but still feel really uncomfortable doing them. I'm confident with everything about them except spotting the landing. I never know if I'm going to over/under rotate. Any tips? Already watched the video by jake muller and shit
Well of course you feel uncomfortable, you've only landed one!
POW it up son, I wish there had been more snow this winter in WI.
Would have loved to make a powder jump to practice backies and frontflips.
Theres always next season though!
i think the biggest part of learning the backflip is breaking the mental barrier, soo if you think you can do it on a tiny kicker go for it. thats how i learned and i can throw em off any jump i can hit now.
I built a 5 foot high booter into a powder pit that just chucked you into the air. I'm gonna be honest I got to scared to do it and left. I feel like shit now. The hard thing is breaking that mental barrier of going backwards. Its just so scary...