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Difference between sw rodeos and sw corks? +k
Hey guys, dont go on here much, but seeing as how im in for a long car ride back from bachelor i figure I can punch this out...
So i just was wondering the difference between sw rodeos and sw corks, because I have ok switch rodeo 5s (need to get more comfortable with them for sure *cough* over rotating twice at free flow *cough*)
But in practice i saw these kids doing these FILTHY sw cork 9s and 7s, and i was wondering if anyone could help me learn them. My sw rodeos are already kind of buttered out on the take off, so if my sw rodeos are already close to corks (kind of) what should i do different to make them corked out instead of more flippy, and thwn what should i be ready for when i try to take them from sw cork 5s to 7s and 9s?
Well i difference is You dont go inverted, there is a reaaaly good sw cork 5 trick tip video, im on mobile soi cant post it here
They don't make em like me no more matter fact they never made em like me before
Ski The East
if you're setting cork and not rodeo try not to wash out on the lip when you take off, instead just try and do a hard carve. after you stomp sw cork 5's you'll get 7s in the same day if you go for them. Sw 9s are a bit tougher because you go blind one more time but i like to set them like a sw180 into a cork 7
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