I haven't been able to get corks on a tramp, and I always go too far back and end up in a flat spin. I feel like the weight of my skis would help me get on snow it but I don't want to just go for it first time in the park. Can anyone help explain the axis I should spin on to get corks? Also, Is it easier to do cork 3's 5's or 7's for learning corks?
Try to punch a midget standing behind you in the face.
"You have obviously never got drunk, grabbed both your nuts and squished them to the top of your dong, took a picture, sent it to everyone you knew and said "call 911, my penis is on upside down again".
Depending on where you live you may be able to find a gymnastics arena with a foam pit. If not, you can always try jumping into water.
For corks, I find (if spinning left)it helps to use your right arm as a guide.
Starting at your waist you should throw your right arm up to your shoulder in a bit of an arc while simultaneously dropping your left shoulder and jumping back
As you begin your motion, follow your right arm throughout the spin and try to grab your knees. You will be blind for most of the trick but if you spin quick enough you should have time to open up for a landing.
As a way to progress into a cork 720, try doing the steps above but spinning less and landing on your back.
1. punch someone in the face
2. then drop shoulder and follow through your punch down to your hip
3. when your in the air try to follow your opposite heal
4. you will almost just come out of you cork at like 630
5. spot landing
7 continue to bounce for next trick