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PimpChimpinCan’t really tell from the cam angle
olicI found with Lincoln's the trick was to initiate the trick from the hips, it gave me way more control of the rotation, weirdly I had a similar issue with unwanted rotation around the wrong axis, which was fixed by my weight a bit more forward than I thought for the trick to keep everything lined up to land forwards smoothly. almost like jumping forwards a little.
So for me it was initiating from the hips and leading the rotation with my head after the pop had started the trick, making sure to keep my head very slightly in front of the shoulders to stop unwanted rotation
Remember to breathe out before popping, can't make it look good if you have two huge inflated airbags in your chest.
Hope this makes any kind of sense
FouDuVillageFirst of all, thank you people for all your super answers! I would love to practice my tricks on bigger jumps (park jumps), but with 2 kids (one newborn), I can't hit the slopes as much as I want... I hope that soon enough I'll go back in a park and relearn everything I did in my backyard in a real park!... For now, I'm just working at being a tiny jump master 🐱👤!
Anyway, I tried to apply your advice and overall my motion is waaay better. However, I'm now facing another problem... Even if my motion is ok at the start, I always end up doing an extra unexpected 180! It's like how your flip a TV remote and it starts twisting in the air out of no where... I just can't control this extra 180. Sure, I must be doing something wrong otherwise there would be no such "lincoln loop", but right now I can't put my finger on what it is.