try landing with a wider stance, itl help with the falling over part
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wider stance, more air and slower spin
_____________________________________ prolly like 120, me and bob white (linesnowblades) hit it once and the same time and went so big out blades fell off!!!!!!! We were like shit our blades just fell off, thats not supposed to happen!!!! What a day. -blades4life
its hard but if you can stay perfectly level in the air and stay compact it helps. visualize yourself landing it over and over then throw it get your 3 around kinda fast while still bein in control. then you can see where you are and how much more spin you need, how much time you have if your level etc practice 180's really big if you cant land a real large 180 how will you land a 5?
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it means you're not spotting your landings. practice landing switch first and get comfortable landing switch, spotting your landing helps keep you centred where as if you look uphill you will tend to distribute your weight to your feet
ya, def spot your landing. try not to huck. or find a jump thats big enough so you dont have to huck it. throw the three but keep rotating and spot your landing. 5s are easier than 3s for me too cause theres more time to see your landing