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init 02-15-2011 06:05 PM

Tried some frontflips, need help!
 
Ok, so I finally manned up and tried some frontflips. 6pack of beer = balls :)Would be nice if someone could check my video and provide some tips on how I can stomp it.

YouTube - First frontflip attempts

init 02-16-2011 12:47 PM

bump. Going on a week long trip this Friday, and would be nice with some pointers :)

tj_ras 02-16-2011 03:06 PM

Leave the six pack at home and grow regular balls?

But really it looks like when ur throwing your shoulder into the flip your also rotating your body slightly.

SkylineGTR 02-16-2011 03:29 PM

Nice, 3rd one was close. Keep your shoulders in line with your board and you should nail it.

init 02-16-2011 03:30 PM

Now that I've tried it a couple of times it doesn't feel that scary anymore :)
Thanks, I see what you mean. I'll try throwing my arm straight down to my leg instead of in the front of my body next time.

init 02-16-2011 03:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SkylineGTR (Post 376943)
Nice, 3rd one was close. Keep your shoulders in line with your board and you should nail it.

I'll try this as well. I also noticed that it kinda looks like im leaning a bit over my toe edge before hitting the jump. Dunno if this would affect anything :dunno:

Rodini14 02-19-2011 03:19 PM

I would try grabbing your legs behind your knees, that'll keep you in a nice tucked position throughout the flip and maybe help with not rotating.

slyder 02-19-2011 11:53 PM

I would never even consider trying this myself, as I don't have the skill set. So no experience here on ever trying them.

But, your legs look locked and stiff, maybe soften up and absorb the landing???
I agree about the leaning over the toe edge.

Don't know if this is accurate or will even help but it's what I noticed.

john doe 02-20-2011 01:52 AM

Don't bend toe side at the waist and remember to look for the landing.

Enigmatic 02-20-2011 02:20 AM

you got it, you're getting plenty of air...props man, keep your eyes open and stomp it


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