skiP.E.I.Try grabbing mute or critical first. If you're spinning left either switch or forward, grabbing one of those with your right hand will bring your shoulder into the rotation, plus it centers your mass for a balanced spin and is easy to spot the landing. Once you get the feel for those grabs, you will be on the way to having the timing down for other grabs.
For any tail grab, first do a couple forward spins with those. Then start just doing slow switch 180s with various tail/blunt variations to get a feel for the switch take off with the grab, and the switch 1 makes it easier to see your tails in the air.
Another thing to try: completing a switch spin, then grabbing before you land, when you are finished spinning. This might work better with switch 5s than switch 3s, but for me at least it's an easy way to work a grab into any rotation
Thnx for the tips man :)! I can indeed already do a switch mute 3 or 5 but cant seem to figure out how to grab switch tails so ill try your suggestions! Thing about grabbing after completing the spin though is i ski indoors atm so the airtime is not that long on the jumps here... i will still try it this afternoon though
**This post was edited on Sep 12th 2019 at 2:17:47am
**This post was edited on Sep 12th 2019 at 2:18:48am