its pretty similar but on a jump it helps to pop a lot more than on a tramp. Also you can't bail and be fine landing on your back you gotta commit. lastly if you're going to pop off one ski instead of two then learn to do it standing on a tramp.
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There quite different IMO. If you commit there easier on skis, all you need is like an 8 ft jump too. Just go fast and throw your self like a regular frontflip on the tramp. They feel more natural on jumps cause your moving forward. Landings like all frontflips are scary as fuck tho...
its actually alot different, you gotta deal with all the skis and forward momentum/lip of jump but then in the same sense its a like, but just cuz you can do it on the tramp doesnt mean it will be that easy on skis
thanks for the input guys. ive been doin a flip on the tramp where i throw my right shoulder across so the flip is corked. i land facing the same spot and im def not doing a 720. is this a cork 3? ill try to get a vid up
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a cork is a off axiis spin where you spin and roatate your shoulders to set it off. if your flipping and throwing your right shoulder across your probably doing some sort of misty bio ish mix. cant tell without vid but go for a back first. you can use your momentum the lip of the jump to help you around. if you dont freak out in mid air and hold the rotation youll get around just fine. tuck it down. huck it around. and land down, hopefully on your feet.
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