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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 02-16-2011, 03:33 PM
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Nose crails are the sickets grabs ever. Still haven't been able to do one.. requires some good reach and board control.
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A nice tweak out (board perpendicular to the mtn) is classic

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In case you don't know what a proper method looks like.

If your wanting to build up to 180's do a shifty with an indy grab, in the air you can make the decision to come back and land normal or make that last 90 rotation and land switch. Plus I think they look sick too.
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In case you don't know what a proper method looks like.

If your wanting to build up to 180's do a shifty with an indy grab, in the air you can make the decision to come back and land normal or make that last 90 rotation and land switch. Plus I think they look sick too.
That's one sick method
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Although Lando has one sick method. My vote is crail. YouTube - Travis Rice (more 2006)

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Although Lando has one sick method. My vote is crail. YouTube - Travis Rice (more 2006)

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OK everyone votes for the method but the fact is that not everyone can pull off a Terje method! I say go for the method, but keep working for other grabs. a nice tweaked out crail looks good.

If you got major balls go for the super-fly method. instead of your regular method grab, keep reaching deep and grab the toe-edge of your board instead of the heel-edge; your whole forearm will be crossing the base of your board
omg! thanks david_Z, i was looking for the name of that grab for the longest time. I haven't begun to tweak it in the air yet but when I do my "methods" I actually reach around the base and grab the toe edge. I find that its easier because you can hold the grab with just your arm. The board always slips out of my hand when I grab heel side lol.
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