I can easily spin without issue up to 720 consistently, but every time I attempt to grab with it I don't even get close to grabbing I just go off balance and get tangled up. Lately, I have been working on mute and japan 180s to improve spin grabbing and I can do those well and consistently. But when i try to 360 I get caught up and off balance. What should I do?
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Although you can throw up to a 720, your mechanics may still be a little sketchy. Really concentrate on setting your pop and keeping your weight over your toes when you take off, you will really feel the pressure on your toes when you make yourself do it. When you really feel your mechanics are solid start working your way up from 180 with a grab you feel comfortable with. When you can stomp that 180 and get a good hold on your grab, every single time, move your way up to a 360. Keep adding an additional 180 and increase your rotation only when you can stomp your trick with a solid grab every time.
Don't go for the grab right off; Set the rotation, get comfortable with the spin you set then pull your legs up and bring your skis to your hands at around 180+. And also make sure you are setting a solid rotation because grabs can put you slightly off balance if you do them wrong. Also start out with safety then work your way out in whichever direction you're trying to grab, it's easier than going straight for the grab.