Can anyone help me with my form on trampoline for my double cork. I'm so close to pulling it around, but I don't know what to fix now.
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TheClap.Stay tucked and have someone dub bounce you and your golden
pmminneciThank you for the advice
Are you saying that I need to tuck for longer? It feels in the air like I'm tucked until I land. I think that maybe I'm loosening it closer to landing. Or should I just make the tuck tighter?
TheClap.Tuck it as tight as possible, and once you have a homie on there with you for the double bounce you’ll have to tuck longer. Your use to landing on your side, so it will feel weird the first time or two when you pull it around all the way but you’ll get it no time.
pmminneciAlright will do. A problem I might encounter while doing that is that I already bottom out the trampoline without a friend's double bounce to get the height I have right now. Do you think if I can't get anymore amplitude on that tramp that there is anything else I can do to pull the trick around faster, Im already throwing really hard.
MinggGet a higher bounce. You're spotting your landing pretty good and you open up just as you approach the tramp bed. Which tells me you have good air awareness because you know you are close to the "ground." You just need a little bit more time to fully pull that around.
I'm personally against double bouncing but do what you need to do. Also stop practicing at your current height. You're going to train yourself to open up at that point but you do need to stay in your rotation/tucked a split second longer, which you don't have enough time to do.
Everything looks good in the air though. The set and axis is there, just need a tiny bit more time!
pmminneciThanks for the advice! The problem is the trampoline places like skyzone seem to have pretty crappy trampolines. I found a place that claims to have Olympic trampolines, so I'm going to check them out tomorrow. Do you have any experience using trampoline skis? I'm wondering how accurate they are to the actual thing. I bought a pair last year and have been recently trying to do my corks with grabs on them. I don't feel that I have enough time to grab blunt or mute grabs.