On skis I normally spin left, but on trampolines when i do cork 7's or 9's or like normal 12s I spin right. Is this gonna like fuck me up or am i chill with just having retarded different direction spins?
this is kinda relevant so for a while the only trick I could do on a tramp was misty 5, I don't own a trampoline so I didn't have much time to learn tricks. so I would just do a misty every time I did a trick so when I went to go for the progression for double the muscle memory would always make me land on my feet, so I just tried a unnatural misty and got it after a few tries. So I kept doing them and probably A half hour later I went for the double progression and was doing that easily and almost got the whole dub later that day. So I don't think it will fuck you up but just try spinning unnaturally when ski season starts
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when you take that to snow, it'll do well in competitions because lets say they see you doing big spins to the left, and you do a cork to the right (or vice versa) they'll think you are doing un-natty corks or spins
Everyone gets confused by this and it is all determined by your shoulder. When you spin, you throw your outside shoulder into the spin. When you cork, you focus on and throw with that same shoulder but in the opposite rotation because your good shoulder naturally leads and sets the rotation. This is why many ppl spin the other way when switch. Because that shoulder leads the spin and it is on the other side of the takeoff. Unnatural corks are hard because you end up focusing on your good shoulder and in order to throw the cork in the same direction as your normal spin, you have to throw that shoulder across your body instead of just dropping it down.
i have a hard time spinning left on rails, but on jumps i can pretty much only spin left haha...
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