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MichelJustenOne problem I have is that I land unatty.
john18061806Do enough of any of the tricks mentioned above and it won't become an issue. There isn't too much different in learning how to slide unnatural with a 270 on than with going unnatural straight in, but try to do both if you can since you lock in differently for both. Learning unnatural 2s is difficult but with practice it'll come eventually. I'd personally stick to landing unnatty. Just keep sending them and correct yourself a little each time.
For my 270 ons I just pop more of a 180 and shifty the rest of the rotation around so when I land I won't have to stop as much angular momentum. Point your front foot down right when you land so you lock in real nice too. Good luck!
BrucetheSharkEvery time I go out and ski on little pvc rail I got set up in the woods I always hit it atleast like 10 times unnatural, trust me you'll notice a hug difference. I don't have this problem because I spin left and slide left foot forward so 270s on aren't a problem in that sense but sliding unnatural makes front swaps and back swaps feel so much better.
Dennis_Reynoldsmaybe lean forward and suck your knees up to give you more time
MichelJustenThe problem I have with leaning forward a lot is that I wont be able to pop enough and my tips will then catch the rail. Does this happen or do I just have to wait to start the spin a little later?