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JcamottsWhip you head back first,
baitfamous last words
If you want to have a good, layed out sSeth Morrisson looking backie, you need a big and lippy enough jump. Come in with plenty of speed, and pop hard and up on the takeoff. Dont whip your head back. Lean back slightly on the takeoff to set your rotation, then once in the air, reach backwards with your head and bend your knees. If your jump is big and lippy, and your set is good, then you should float around and spot, then pull your feet under you and stomp. Dont forget to ride out for a good 200-300yards for good steeze.
A-cAllHow do you tuck backflips? Idk the last time i landed a tucked backflip
HolteI gotta say, when I was first trying laid out backflips, it's a good thing I was wearing a helmet. I didn't know it was possible to kick yourself in the back of the head that hard.
.jifThis may sound stupid, but can you do them on tramp? I know people who can't lay out backflips on tramp so therefore when they try on snow they instinctively bring there knees up.
teflon66Yeah I can lay them out on tramps. Is it the same technique on a tramp as it is on skis? What I do is I push my hips out, arch my back, and lean my head as far back as possible, and they look really nice and laid out.