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with the tramp your going to feel the axis and your rotation as well as HOW your going to set the trick (ie body, arm position and spotting) when your on the slope with all your ski gear, your going to want to duplicate the motions and positions youve practiced on the tramp but your going to really need to commit and throw a little bit harder most likely to get the trick around
i learned this recently. The big difference is that on a tramp you can really float them and you do not have to set them that hard. Im guessing that you aren't trying them on a huge jump so I would try setting it harder. I had to set mine a lot harder than I thought I needed to. Hope that helps