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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-21-2011, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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how do you do this?

at 1:55 it looks like good practice to learn that before spinning off a jump and i was just wondering how???


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If you have a reverse camber board you can keep it flat based and use your shoulders and hips to rotate around.
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??? i have a nitro swindle. is that a reverse camber.
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Nitro Swindle is Zero camber.


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lol.. and i was over my head wondering why i wasn't able do it with my camber board...
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at 1:55 it looks like good practice to learn that before spinning off a jump and i was just wondering how???


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lol.. and i was over my head wondering why i wasn't able do it with my camber board...
You can do it on a posi camber board. If you can do heelside and toeside stops, you can do this. I'll give an example for frontside spins.

1) Start doing the same motion for your heelside stops, but keep it going until you are in switch position

2) Immediately initiate your toeside stopping motion, but continue until you are in your regular position again

That's it! That's all there is to it. Progressively work up the speed and concentrate on making your spins fluid. This is also great practice for your edge control. Don't forget to always turn your head in the direction of the spin so you see where you are going.


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Yeah I hate white kids, baggy clothes, and unchecked egos too.
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