riverarunsdeepGod the more and more I learn the less and less I feel I know about different rotations.
Okay given this how can people do a dub cork 7? like a dub just insinuates that its double the axis? so its a double off-axis rotation of a 3? how come when pros throw like dub 12's it's not a triple 12?
ok so first question -
dub cork 7 - its 2 cork 3s. you do a cork 3 and come back to "neutral" position, and then dip into another cork 3. cork 3 +cork 3 equals 2 corks, and a full 720 - hence a double cork 7.
second statement -
yes, dub means you are doing that axis twice, meaning, you go into that axis, for example a rodeo, return to neutral, and then do it again - like in the clip I just posted. I do a rodeo 360, come back to neutral position in the air, and then do another rodeo 360 - dub rodeo 7.
as for the last 2 questions - dont know what you mean by "3" - the different between a dub 12 and a trip 12 is pretty easy to spot. Often a double cork 1260 takes the for of a cork 7 - to cork 5 although in some cases it might be a cork 3 to cork 9 or something. a trip 12 is most likely going to be a cork 3 to cork 3 to cork 5. between each cork, the rider returns to neutral mid air.
feel free to have me clarify if this did not make sense.