Natural and unnatural: heres the thing. If lets say in a comp you do your trick unnatural, who's gonna know? Ive heard of the putting your hand thing up, but anyone can do that and say their trick was unnatural. Also, lets say you spin normally to your right, like most do, but you do rodeos spinning to the left does that make it unnatural? I would say no. Same with things like underflips etc. If you learn it the one way first, should that not be your natural way of throwing that certain trick, instead of assuming that every trick a person knows is first done spinning to the right, therefore, making it natural, and anything done to the left, automatically unatural. This may not make the most sense, but its something that should defintely get cleared up. I see some people say that this and that is unnatural, but is it just cause they do it the opposite way of how they would normally do a trick, or did they learn it the other way first (still using the whole spinning to the right thing?)
Ex: I think in the PBP trailer its Cr that does an unnatural cork 3. Can he also do it natural, or is it called that cause he normally spins to the right on his normal spinning, but just happened to learn cork 3s to the left?