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Cork 7 !! Help!
i'm going to learn cork 7 again in this week and the only problem with that is the jump. and that because my local hill only have 2 very small jumps and 1 massive jump and i can't decide should i send it from small on or massive help me!
pros and cons small jump : cons :dont know if i could spin fast enough (maybe with gucci) ,looks lame big jump :cons : if i fail going to hurt like hell , if i fall there is a risk to break bones big jump pros . got time to spin
what should i do ??
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Jake Muller says in his trick tips that corks are easier on bigger jumps. So i would suggest doing that.
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do 5's like clock work on the big jump, get comfortable with the size. Get cork 7 on the trampoline. Then you'll be good to go, big jumps get surprisingly smaller when you pop and spot you landing correctly. Practice a lot off the big jump.
big jump for sure. as long as you dont knuckle it or gucci it then it really doesnt hurt anymore/mean you will get injured more easily if you fall
Big jump. Time to put the big boy pants on!
Do a bunch of 720s first, then lightly cork one out when comfortable.
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Massive jump. If you can do it on an airbag or waterramps, you'll be fine. And the massive jump will be 10x more gnar.
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