galardogodWell first of skiing is inherently dangerous. Freeskiing is even more dangerous. So understand by attempting this maneuver you are putting your self at risk of serious injury.Also understand you will fall and pretty hard to the first time. Cork 3s are weird to get use to and do. I'd learn the rotation on a tramp then take it to a bag or powder then in load it on a jump. Make sure the jump is junior enough cuz those weak 10 footers arnt gonna cut it. You need at least 25 to whip it.
iantheunderdogIdk what state you live in but for most that's illegal depending on the situation. But try it on a tramp and then an airbag or water ramp. Also as the guy before said it takes little effort. Make sure you can do flips first and are comfortable in the air doing 3s and fives. Be confident and the carve matters but its more important you have the correct movement. Don't expect to land it you first time and get ski knee pads and side pads if your worried.
Marcus.Aya cork three will take probably a month or two to learn on tramp
on tramp do a 360, break at the waist, kick the trailing leg out and think about rotating around the leading leg that is kept straight. dip your leading shoulder. look at the ground but at 180 look up as if you were to look up at the lip on the jump when youre backward mid spin of cork 3. and just practice, that is my explanation of a cork three
then its really easy on snow after that
AnaldestroyerSEND IT!!!! Carve hard, pop harder, spin fast, stop the landing. Oh and the safest jump to try it one is 50+