Chris Turpin says:
"Alright this is one way and iv seen little girls learn it this way. I think i tought 20 people this trick this summer alone.
1- Start your day with a speed check (or 5 straight airs) on the jump you want to hit. the last thing on you mind should be I'm i going to make it to the landing. Every kid i've ever seen attempt a new trick hits the jump slower than they should because they're apprehensive of the trick, but you're ass has to at lest hit the tranny. Crashing or sticking
2-Warm up your spins 1,3,5,7 even if your going to do a 5 you need to know the safe exit of every trick. Ya your only doing a cork 5 but what happens if you go a little to fast, to, big or pop a little to hard for some reason.
3- Now here are the steps you should follow. Once your feeling it, and only you will know, start grabbing leading safety. DONT throw the grab down, DONT throw you shoulder back, just pull your legs up and grab. Keep your head up, all of this will not make you cork, its just a grab right.! WRONG! This will add just a hair of cork, why you ask! Because now your little balled up position is weighted on one side so it will drop on its own.
4-DON'T freak out if you cant see the landing and brake your position. Once you break form your position its all over. Just remember, if you cant see the trick in your head your not going to see it go to your feet and this is true for all tricks. no one likes skiing with a huck splat
5-Once you have this its just a matter of finding the right amount of head tilt to add. all your going to do is once you have left the jump and are just about to get into the balled up grabbing position put you ear on you shoulder. Don't slam it on there just drop it straight to the side. Don't drop you head back, (dspin) or tuck you chin in. Its ear to shoulder thats it.
THIS WILL MAKE YOU CORK SO BE CAREFUL
this worked amazing for me!! this makes them really easy