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Backfliped, now what do I learn?
I feel a lot of people are in the same boat but I could be wrong. Last season I finally got the backflip down. After learning this staple invert, where did you guys got from here? Rodeos? Mistys? Corks? Idk what to learn and how long I should practice them on tramp before attempting them on a jump. Any advice or stories are helpful.
I went into pussy after backflipping
the flattest of 3s, then rodeos
Flat 3, frontflip if you want, and rodeos. flat 3s are closest to backies. Get them down on tramp and then take it to snow. Now that you have the feeling of flipping on snow it shouldnt be too scary
flats, rodeos. once i did a flat i immediately did rodeos and backflips. unlocking one trick makes the next easier.
Tripples ofcourse, what ya think?
You've gotta try a frontflip. They are really fun, but a bit blind
Backflips are definitely a foundational tool to learn lip blind 2
You may now try taking the lencon to dub if you wish..
i learned a backflip last year, the next trick i did was a flat 3, then rodeo 5 and later a cork 9
Learned backflips at camp of champions, weirdly enough my next trick was actually a misty 7
If you can backflip you can probably quad cork.
There's no point in learning doubles or triples because those are super played these days.
NOSE BUD TRIPLE CORK YOU GOT ITTTTT SEND ITTTTT
will_powderBackflips are definitely a foundational tool to learn lip blind 2
The man himself, tallxT already did the next level years ago. Next step right here https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3duOXLCrsHE
Can't imbed on mobile :(
Backy => Flat 3 => Flat 5 => Cork 7 => Cork 5 => Cork 3
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