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not always, its just the guys who don't give a flying fuck about some kid who wants to progress that can't help them.
For me, when I approach a jump switch, i am already leaning a little bit over the moses of my skis. i spin left naturally and with sw cork 5's, i look over my left shoulder, pop off the jump, and bring my knees up towards my chest. by staying tucked it looks a lot better and it makes to rotation easier. the amount that you bring your feet up is not exact, so you will just have to try. start out doing them kinda sraight up and progress more and more cork. eventually you will get it
thats because if you look at how you cork your 3s you end up leaning up hill, well with one more 180 you are leaning downhill and therefore leaning into the landing making 5s easier, Ive noticed this, you just gotta pop harder for 3s with better body position, I cork the 3s too I sorta just roll off the lip and turn down instead of just turning
Sorry, i didnt mean it to come across as me not caring about his progression or anythning like that, but explaining physical movements in words on a computer just doesnt work for me. i enjoy the physical demonstrations
^ it works for me I was just tryin to explain it as simply as i could
Doing a switch cork 5 the first question is can you already do a straight 5, bio 5, cork 5?
If you can then there are two main ways to do a switch cork 5 the first is like most people who basicly hit the jump switch and throw for a bio 5 the second is to do it like tanner and throw for a regular cork 5 whils riding switch ( this is a lot harder)