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Anxiety on the trampoline.
Lately on the trampoline, a select few tricks have been giving me anxiety in the air. With backflips i get really scared and "tingly" but i still land them. This also happens with cork 7's. In addition to this, flat 3's with japan grabs will mess me up, and i will sometimes fall on my back/side. I was stomping all these tricks last week, and i've known how to do them for about a year.
Oh and of i throw the flat 3 more like a wackflip, then i am perfectly fine
Seriously tho, what other tricks can you do that won't give you that feeling?
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Try and take 2-3 days off if you've been practicing every day. Sometimes it helps to let your head clear after doing the same things all the time. Or at least sometimes thats how it is when I use my summer setup too many days in a row
do you have a net? my friends and i have been saved countless times by the net and have only been able to nut up because of it... so maybe get your tricks comfortable on a safer tramp if your scared about the safety issue... it it's about heights have some friends come and double bounce you as high as you can stand without flipping and then take a safety trick and try it higher and higher just to get more confident at the height... Otherwise just make sure your having fun and never putting yourself in a position in which you feel like you could seriously hurt yourself and you'll be going bigger than ever before... hope that helped?
I just got back from an 8 day backpacking trip, So i thought that might have had an effect
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Yeah then you definitely don't need time off. It might just take a couple days or a week to get your groove back
listening to music helps
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Sometimes if i get super freaked out my back will actually start to hurt really bad.
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