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yu.pang.12It's like a bio, but bio takes off like a rodeo. I only see people do this on a trampoline, it's like leaning forward and start crazy spins. I don't know if this is physically feasible on snow or you have to start like a bio to start forward and spin.
.Fryit's either a bio or a misty depending on the flip/spin ratio
THEDIRTYBUBBLEI get what youre talking about. My gymnast freinds do this on the tramp alot. Some people set their bios so that they look like this.
yu.pang.12It's a non flip maneuver. It's not a misty for sure, but I'm not sure if bio has flips.
ElgCork - off axis spin with head pointing uphill, not inverted
Bio - off axis spin with head pointing down hill, not inverted
D-spin - pretty much the same as a cork, but you go inverted at some point.
Rodeo - spin + flip, thrown "backwards"
Misty - spin + flip, thrown "forwards"
Flatspin - Close to a rodeo, but never inverted. Imagine a vertical axis going from one of your hips to the other that you spin around.
LemuelA flat spin would be if your were laying on your back, and spinning. Hence the name. But everyone calls everything a flat spin now so it has lost its meaning.
marrowsI believe a flatspin would be if you were laying on your side and spinning.
UFOsarerealwhen I read your description of the trick, I thought of a D-Spin, like Candide's over Chad's.