theabortionatorJust throw it straight. Try and just do a couple forward rolls on your trampoline. Get used to the feeling of going straight over. On a front flip if you even kind of attempt it you'll at least make it to your back. Grabbing both your shins at the same time will make you spin faster and can help keep you centered.
Spins are weird, if you turn your head, twist your body, etc, it can really alter your rotation.
Backflips can be a little tougher to get past the mental block because there's a little more commitment imo. I think doing a few backward rolls can still help here to get confidence. A little more tricky to roll straight but gives you a feel of what you have to do in the air. If you're really scared sometimes an old mat or mattress, blanket, couch cushion can help. Most effective way is to jump fairly straight up. Sometimes people push really far back, and the way the tramp works itll send you at even more of an angle. If you jump up and bring your knees to your chest while looking straight back over your head it should come right around to your feet.
Backs are easier to land, fronts are easier to try/for most people.
It’s funny cause I can do most tricks both ways (misty, rodeo, etc) but I can fucking front flip