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DIRTYBUBBLEIt feels exactly the same as it does on a trampoline. As long as you pop and commit you’ll be fine. Send it back over your shoulder somewhere between backflip and lincoln loop (yeah yeah I know that’s not technically a flat 3 but it’s a good starting point). Drive your arm down and behind you and toward your back binding. Avoid grabbing Japan your first few times because most people just end up doing backflips with Japan grabs.
*St4th0s*if you’ve never done it on tramp before it gets sketchy. flats on tramp took a bit to learn, being one of the hardest tricks (single flip) to learn on tramp because it is such a weird axis to get used to. i think you should just either go to a tramp or through a side flip first, then slowly train it backwards, or backflip japan, and slowly tweak it sideways. It isn’t as scary as s backflip and you can see where you are the entire time. i would highly recommend learning on tramp before tho, things like these where you body doesnt know what it has do and learning on skis first is dangerous. try at your own risk
voy10Is a flat 3 and sideflip the same thing?