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03-19-2012 02:13 PM
Casual Easiest grabs I find on 3's are Mute for backside and Indy for frontside, these grabs help your shoulder move in the right direction. Sounds like you might be pre-spinning too much, mellow out your setup turn on the takeoff and dont throw so hard off the lip. Pop up real good but 3's are mellow so slow it down. You can also give a tweek to your grab, that will slow your rotation down nicely too.
03-07-2012 03:30 PM
cjs2002
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Originally Posted by CheeseForSteeze View Post
Nothing wrong with indy, he's talking about tindy. If you are going to grab tindy, you must do it on a straight air, bone the nose as far as you can scream "TINDY" as loud as you can.
definitely doing this next time.
03-07-2012 03:26 PM
awwwwyeeee
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Nothing wrong with indy, he's talking about tindy. If you are going to grab tindy, you must do it on a straight air, bone the nose as far as you can scream "TINDY" as loud as you can.

Just look down the landing as your head comes around from the first 1 on a back 3. It'll naturally stop your rotation as your hips kind of finish the last 3.

Stale (regs) right hand between binding, heel edge. On backside spins, it's easy to just grab it since your body is already rotated up.

Thanks ill give it a try for that as well as an indy or seatbelt

(in terms of hand position, im not tweaking anything lol)
03-07-2012 03:24 PM
cjs2002
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And what if i go off a HUGE jump?

NAH FUCK IT MAN GO FOR the 1080
if you're already over-rotating 3's and not trying to, seems like you'd have no problem stomping a 540 if trying. as for HUGE jumps, no pain no gain!
03-07-2012 03:24 PM
CheeseForSteeze Nothing wrong with indy, he's talking about tindy. If you are going to grab tindy, you must do it on a straight air, bone the nose as far as you can scream "TINDY" as loud as you can.

Just look down the landing as your head comes around from the first 1 on a back 3. It'll naturally stop your rotation as your hips kind of finish the last 3.

Stale (regs) right hand between binding, heel edge. On backside spins, it's easy to just grab it since your body is already rotated up.
03-07-2012 03:22 PM
awwwwyeeee
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just go for the 540!
And what if i go off a HUGE jump?

NAH FUCK IT MAN GO FOR the 1080
03-07-2012 03:18 PM
cjs2002 just go for the 540!
03-07-2012 03:17 PM
awwwwyeeee Whats wrong with Indy? And as for stalefish, i get into the grab at the 90 degree part right? and with my right hand i presume (i ride reg) and by unlocking my chin, you probably mean kinda to counterrotate against the direction of travel of my shoulders. ITs just that im feeling A LOT of force pushing me

Also this is all on back 3s
03-07-2012 03:16 PM
cjs2002 haha i guess so? i dunno, i dont keep up with whats cool and new. ive been doing the same shit for years.
03-07-2012 03:15 PM
CheeseForSteeze Are you actually encouraging him to grab tindy?
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