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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-30-2011, 10:55 PM Thread Starter
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Help on 180's

Now when doing a flat land 180 should i ollie into a 180 or just naturally jump with taking 2 feet at the same time. everytime i try olling into a 180 i find myself not turning enough and have my board only turn 90's degrees. Am i doing something wrong? when i try and take off with just jumping 2 feet at same time i usually make it around but it feels awkward at the same time. Much help would be greatly appreciated thank you.
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It's better to learn your spins by popping (not olling) as this is how you will execute when going off jumps in the park.

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