Riding in switch your body will already be in the set position to spin the trick. If you can do switch 5's, then you can hands down do sw rodeo/cork 5's. In a sw 5, you have to leave the lip of the jump straight up so you spin and don't become off axis in your trick. In sw cork/rodeo 5, you basically just leave the lip by opening your shoulders to the sky when you pop, and laying it back. It really takes no effort and it's super stylish and easy to get a grab in. Just ride in switch, and when you leave the lip just lean backwards and bring your feet up over your head, and if you keep turning your head to see your landing I guarantee it will come right around and you will be able to stomp it mad easy.
Things to avoid: Don't set it too hard. You really don't need to set it hard at all, especially if you go big on it.
Grab safety first. Although other grabs are easy to get, don't try them on the first attempt. Get the spin down, then grab.
Don't go to small. Bigger jumps may seem scarier, but if you take the right speed into them they're actually a lot more safe to jump then smaller jumps. They will also make the trick easier due to the extra air time.
If you over rotate the 5, which is common on the first attempt(s), try to pull it to 7 and stomp a clean switch landing, as this is easier to do than stomping a regular landing on an overshot/overrottated trick. It also shouldn't give you shinbang if you stick it switch.
Once you get the sw rode/cork 5, play with a ton of different grabs (Lead & follow blunt, high safety, japan, all easy grabs), and eventually work on sw cork 7 because they're very very similar.
Also if you get these down you can get the legendary bow and arrow grab (my fav). If you get it please post because I want to see :)
Here's a few vids that helped me.
Hope this helps, let me know if you get it or not! Definitely my favorite trick
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