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Hi I'm trying to learn my first aerials on snowboard and would like to practice on tramp. Im a pretty good trampoliner like backflips, front 1s, back 3s, sides and more. Ive been looking on youtube and i can't really find anything that will show me how to do snowboard tricks on trampoline. Im going to windells for session 5 and id like to have the tramp tricks clean before i go
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Hi I'm trying to learn my first aerials on snowboard and would like to practice on tramp. Im a pretty good trampoliner like backflips, front 1s, back 3s, sides and more. Ive been looking on youtube and i can't really find anything that will show me how to do snowboard tricks on trampoline. Im going to windells for session 5 and id like to have the tramp tricks clean before i go
Unfortunately you can't practice all of the snowboard specific motions on a trampoline because you don't have that carving motion you do when spinning on snow.

What you can do is focus on making sure you lead the rotation properly with your upper body and landing looking the correct way for each trick (mimic how it would be done on a snowboard on snow). Just take a standard snowboard spin tutorial and apply all the steps on a trampoline (minus the carving since you can't carve on a trampoline).

For flips, it sounds like you already have the aerial awareness down of flipping, so there's honestly not a huge amount of you can do on a trampoline once you've already mastered basic frontflips and backflips. You're going to need to move it to powder jumps/airbags to take the next step.

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