i am once asking for your support, hope you are not too tired of these kind of threads.
last season i got my first ever backflips around and while they were
purely hucking and praying, this season i tried to work on them.
mistake i can not really fix is that after i pop i stop pushing my
hips, but rather bend them. With doing so i cant really stay upright and
spot the landing doing most of the rotation blind.
Sometimes when i
manage to guess the amount of rotation i bring it to my feet, but as
soon as i try bigger jumps it gets really hard without being able to see
where i am going.
I know the basic rules like pushing more through the hips, driving forward, being patient etc.
But is there any drill i can do, to keep my hips straight and look further behind me without randomly throwing my body back?
Maybe some of you had a similiar problem once.
I figured i would try getting my arms up and pointing at the landing to keep me more straight?
Anyway would love to hear some feedback, i added some videos to show my problem.
the first one is from last season, the second and third from a couple of days ago.
edit: i`m figuring out how to upload them rn
**This thread was edited on Feb 28th 2022 at 2:22:02pm