I would say grabs next. Grabs are super easy and help to keep you stable in the air. I reccomend learning 360s before you learn 180s, not since they're easier but because it's alot harder to learn your 360s after you learn 180s. Also do the biggest jumps you have the balls to do in the park. When trying 180s and 360s for the first time use small jumps.
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I worked my way up smaller to bigger, and worked hard on dailing grabs on hte smaller and getting supper comfortable for every hit, then it went spins for me... I was better off with the 3 before the 180... As I get to bigger jumps I started by straight airs then worked in grabs...
It doesn't matter what order you do it in. Just do what you feel you are ready to do and have fun. You don't need to plan out your progression in any kind of detail. I learned tricks in a really random order, but it doesn't matter.
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yeah overall including rails you should first learn small jumps get comfortable in the air then go to bigger jumps get comfortable, then learn grabs then learn to slide easy boxes then learn easy rails then learn 180's believe they are soooo easy. most can flat ground 180. then learn switch ons to boxes. then learn switcj 180 then learn 360's. then unnatrual rails then learn 270 off then switch 360 then 260 on then unnatrual spins and so on. thats how I did it at least. learn how to ski switch before you try 180's though otherwise youll look like an ass.
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sry to get off topic but im just learning to do jumps. i do all of em and get air but when i land, i kinda bend at the waist down really far. when i come up, it hurts my back really bad. is it just because i am inexperienced that this is happening or is it because im not landing right. thanks