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Old 03-01-2012, 10:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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They just dropped a video for paid subscribers on how to do tamedogs... that is the ONE trick that I really wanted to learn this year. Who here has S.A and watched that video? Haha I really want to learn it. Any tips?
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Old 03-01-2012, 10:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Do a cartwheel off a steep roller without using your hands, and tuck your knees in when you're upside down. It's a pretty easy trick and it's hard to get hurt doing it unless you are retarded or on ice/hard snow and land wrong.
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Do a cartwheel off a steep roller without using your hands, and tuck your knees in when you're upside down. It's a pretty easy trick and it's hard to get hurt doing it unless you are retarded or on ice/hard snow and land wrong.
I know the basics, I just need help popping off my nose. I always seem to get a mixture of bail/not enough power. Any tips to get a better pop?
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I know the basics, I just need help popping off my nose. I always seem to get a mixture of bail/not enough power. Any tips to get a better pop?
try popping off with almost all your power on the front foot when throwing yourself forward
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I just got that vid sent to my email and I've been looking at vids on youtube..none are good. I must learn
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I just got that vid sent to my email and I've been looking at vids on youtube..none are good. I must learn
practice doing cartwheels on steep rollers if you're afraid of throwing it right away, otherwise it just takes some confidence and fine tuning and you will have a perfect frontflip/tamedog if you just try throwing it.
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Oh lawd in that case I shall try

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Oh lawd in that case I shall try

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wear a helmet for any inverted tricks though in case of anything going wrong.
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wear a helmet for any inverted tricks though in case of anything going wrong.

Oh always do!
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