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What to expect on cork 720
I've been doing 720s and backflips consistently and now want to do a cork 7. I can do them on trampolines real smooth. What should I expect on snow?
They feel weird on snow. Reach for a grab or the rotation will go by too slowly. Do it on a decent sized jump too. Underahooting a cork 7 on a 20 foot jump is way more painful than overshooting a cork 7 on a 40 footer. Believe me, I've done both
Great tip I learned for corks back in the day was to simply set your normal spin, but focus on looking back down at the backside of the takeoff.
Its scarier on snow, and obviously you have more equipment on... but if you can do something on the tramp you've got the basic idea of how the trick rolls out.
The first one you might have no idea where you are until the last second where you bring it to your feet. Just set the spin and keep try to focus on your air awareness.
Make sure its a wide jump to if you are building the jump yourself spend enough time to get a nice transition to. Also go way bigger than you think you should, if you see your going to big you can just spin out and pull it to 9.
because of how the trick goes from / to \ instead of flat to flat you can't set the spin as far back spin a little more perpendicular to the angle of the takeoff and reach for your tails.
do the cork 5 first, then just whip it more for 7
jump angle 720 pull it over at around 360. you dont have to start with a super flippy one. ease into it.
when i try to do them flippy i just end up doing d-spin. so spin and just pull ur knees up at 360
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They weren't as hard as I thought they would be.
Literally try to do it just like you are on a trampoline. The main thing that feels different is that you are moving forward like a gainer.
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