I was pondering a couple things. When do you count an inversion as an extra rotation a.k.a. add 360 to the spin?
For example, when my friend or myself does something like an overflip on the trampoline, it seems as though, in all, we only spin 180*
In the trick tip guide, however, the same thing we do, is a 540, so does the inversion count as an extra rotation? or do we really spin a 540 and being inverted totally messes with what rotation it appears to be?
IT may also be that way with misties and rodeos. i don't know, so hopefully you can tell me.
MY second question is, what would an inverted, foward set(i think), spin be? if you set back(i think), there is corked, then d-spin, then rodeo,(with flatspin thrown in somewhere) would it be bio, misty, or something i can't even comprehend if i do the equivilant to a d-spin, only set foward(i think)?
Well, I hope that makes sense.