Take it from me, from sponsored big air competitor to just coaching and not wanting to get to hurt anymore. I got back into the hard riding by simply falling! do a 360 or 5, 5s are easier for me so a 360 was the ticket as far as I was concerned but you need to take the fall! whatever it is, either riding the tail out from leaning too far back or slipping out on an edge. the best medicine for me to get back to riding hard and spinning big was to fall and realize its not that bad. after I did that and I controlled the fall fine,I went for 7, under rotated the first and slid out but then next worked fine, then it was rodeos. all came back due to the 360! start with straight airs, 180s, 3s, 5s, and more. and take your time. do 10 straight airs, 10 180s and 8 3s before the 540s or 7s if you need. No one is going to judge you, or at least not where it matters. and when it matters, youll have all this stuff mastered!