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Old 05-29-2012, 04:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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@01:45 what is that little 18 shifty thing called?
I wanna do that!
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@01:45 what is that little 18 shifty thing called?
I wanna do that!
Torstein Horgmo - Top To Bottom Perfect Run - YouTube
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I think its a 180 shifty.... or shifty 180...
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I think its a 180 shifty.... or shifty 180...
Thanks, cuz it's badass!
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Working on comfort in the air and consistently sending the medium kickers, shifty's are the first and only thing I have dialed so far, they are fun. Frontside is really easy and natural, but I started working on BS (transition to steezy methods) and whoaoa wierdness....
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Old 05-30-2012, 01:29 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Default Double Cork Shifty/Stall?

Weird, I find backsides come easier, they seem less common than frontside though.

Speaking of shifty's, Torstien again, guy has mad style. Check out 21:04 (for the slow-mo). Kind of a shifty/stall thrown into the end of a double cork.


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Off medium kickers so far I got all 4 180s and front and back 3s so I reckon it shouldn't be too hard to throw a little shifty thing in.
But yeah torstein is styling!
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