Just depends, if you can cork 7 on the trampoline, it really shouldn't be to hard to bring it to snow. If you can't cork on the tramp, then I would bet rodeo would be easier if you have only done a backflip.
i have kind of looked into this, to some people corks are, some rodeos are. i think it is the way you linkin loop, if it is left (and you spin left) you like cork, but if you flip right it is rodeo, i love corks and can cork 10 but i canot rodeo anything, tramps air bags diving boards. i found right rodeos better for me then left rodeos. i have met people that can rodeo 9 and cant cork 5 or 7, and they linkin loop to the right, so i think it is that and personal preference
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Yea, I'd have to agree with that. I learned rodeos pretty easy, but to get a good rodeo 5 with a clean landing is tougher than it looks. It took a while for me to figure out corks, but once I did they were there for the taking. It's all personal preference though.
rodeos are probably the easiest trick to set in skiing. I'd honestly say they're easier then setting a regular 5. Corks are nice because you can see the landing the whole time, but to me rodeo's are much easier to float off big jumps.