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12-05-2011 11:39 AM
Originally Posted by Cr0_Reps_Smit View Post
sorry bro, but its all about the taipan back 180s now, ha

I'm gonna learn how to do this!!!!
10-28-2011 02:49 PM
whistlerboarder Counter position 180's are awesome, and I find them allot easier and more stylish than the rotating 180's. The only downside is you cant progress up to doing 360's. My favourite trick to do is a switch backside 180 countered.
10-28-2011 02:46 PM
whistlerboarder When you've first learning 180's try riding up a side bank and popping your 180's off those. Get them dialled outside the park on stuff like that before trying them in the park. Here's a video breaking down the rest How To Spin a 180 – Freestyle Snowboard Trick Tips |
10-07-2011 03:24 AM
ThunderChunky I feel like doing Nollie 180's really helped me learn 180's. It just seems easier and feels better.

And because I know somebody is gonna say it, there are such things as a nollie in snowboarding. At least in my book.
09-17-2011 03:41 PM
SAddiction I find that most people have an easier time learning FS 180's first. The best way to start this trick is actually on the snow (no jump). Start by doing a toeside turn, shift to your heels and start to carve back across the hill. When you get to the apex of your second turn (on your heels) point your backhand down the hill in the direction you are going. You will feel your lower body want to catch up to your (now) rotated upper body naturally and you will find it easy to pivot this 180 on the snow. After you feel comfortable with this motion take it to a small "side hit" jump where you approach already on your heel edge.

The most important part when spinning a FS 180 is to bring your weight forward so you don't land back seat, which is very common when learning this trick. making sure you point down hill with your back hand to initiate this spin, as opposed to pulling your weight back with your front shoulder.

Other than that just remember the basics for any kind of jumping, approach at a comfortable speed, keep your knee's bent and stay relaxed.

Hope that helps.
09-12-2011 09:39 PM
rasmasyean I just wanted to chime in an say that I recommend the Snowboard Addiction videos as well. Many of the things they coach help with a gradual progression as well...and not just "Do it like this!".

I've found that some of the stuff I figured out myself from "reading and random videos" I would have been able to get it faster by watching the Snowboard addiction videos had I watched it first. It's well worth the (low) price, and if it's too much for you to spend, you should prolly not go snowboarding.
07-09-2011 09:43 PM
myschims I always feel most comfortable doing backside spins off of jumps but frontside on flats haha
just make sure whatever your doing, send it and commit, nothings worse than landing sideways and smacking your face into the ground haha.
07-05-2011 01:01 PM
CheeseForSteeze I use the "counter" position, especially if you want to score pretzel rotation off. For bagel, it's easier just to slowly wind the body around as you about to hit the end. The "counter" position is good for learning boards/lips too; I found it was easy to learn by just thinking of it like a shifty.

And Cr0 - something needs to be done about this next year. Who came up with this idea? You guys just have a bunch of kinked down bars laying around?
07-04-2011 09:24 AM
Cr0_Reps_Smit ha thanks for the compliments guys, that was something new i learned this year and quickly became one of my go to set up spins for switch spins on jump lines.

Originally Posted by Donutz View Post
Well, that's what it feels like I'm doing. At this point I wish I had a video camera so I could look at what I think I'm doing. And some snow. And a mountain...
yea i understand and im sure if i saw it id know what you are saying better but like snowolf said, as instructors i tend to try and not make my self work as hard when riding if i dont have too

Originally Posted by Karasene View Post
After Cro posting his sick air... can we start a thread on grabs..

I still don't know all the grabs and what they're called and I feel like nose grabs look so fricken easy when done right yet I cant figure out how people reach the damn nose lol... I've tried and in many failed attempts I always and up missing my board and landing in the back seat..

Making thread now..
ha ok, i already posted in it before i saw this but ill throw this guy in there too for ya.

Originally Posted by fattrav View Post
I like potatoes
we know trav, we know
07-04-2011 05:09 AM
fattrav I like potatoes
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