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Cofertable spinning to the right on tramp but i spin to the left on skiis
i learned bio to the right but it sucks cause i spin left on skiis and when im going of a jump bio to the right seems hard but its easier on tramp and i want to learn cork on tramp this weekend so should i learn cork the the left even more its uncomfterable . so it will be easier to take to skiiis?
that really makes no sense at all, spinning on the tramp and on skis is very similiar. If they both feel natural in some way-- i'd just learn to do tricks both ways. If you're just looking to master skills spinning one way just do what feels natural and learn tricks in that direction
dont do it tis way to dangerous
I kinda know what you mean. Just practice both ways on the tramp. It's a lot better to fall repeatedly on the tramp rather than on the slopes.
The kid is right I once had a friend with the same problem, died in a week. Just stay secure man and be safe
This is pretty common. I learned rightside rodeos on trampolines for some reason, but when I took them to snow, throwing them to the right felt really strange and I couldn't land any of them. But even after I got leftside rodeos on the snow, they still felt more comfortable to the right on trampolines. The same thing happened with lincoln loops.
To answer your question, yes, learn corks on trampolines to the left and you'll be better off on the snow.
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