Logan.EI'll start by saying I can't do the trick. But anyways to get more rotation on a frontside spin you wanna get a really good edge lock obviously, but the part that I find really helps is if you lock your edge but don't stop your rotation yet, by that i mean lock your feet in position but keep rotating your upper body so that your shoulders are almost facing uphill, from there you can just kick off and unleash a faster spin, while spinning, commit and make sure you keep turning your head. What you're doing when you do this is basically setting a rotation in a natural way rather then, like how most people do it, just trying to spin from your foot.
Spark notes: Lock your foot, keep rotating upper body (counter to your frontside spin direction), then release it all at once.
SDrvperPause the video around 5-6 seconds and look at your scissor, its not very big, which measure you're not going to get very much pressure/release off that ski. Front spinning is all about getting that uphill presser with the front ski and using it to start the spin, also keep that head up and looking in the direction of the spin, as i said before switch on front 6 is easier because you need less pressure in your scissor.
Pause a video of someone doing a front 6 and look how hard they scissor.
Hope all that made sense and help, let me know