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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-03-2012, 10:50 AM Thread Starter
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ok so i can do 180s easily however my weight shifts backward slightly and can get a bit sketchy when i do switch backside 1s.

whenever i go for a 360 however, my weight shifts backward too much and i land with my board out in front of me on my ass or just with my weight on my tail too much.
any tips guys?
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Great videos for every trick, but the real key is get your basics down more and everything is easy. You need to be able to 180 off everything before you more on to a 360. Cause if your 1ís look like dog piss your 3ís will also.

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I had the same problem with back 3s. What helped me was doing some back 1s on the slope before hitting the jump for a 3. I hope it helps you.
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Thanks guys. I think I may be giving it too much ollie when I take off. I'll focus on trying to pop off both feet and see how it goes.

Spinning backside feels pretty unnatural to me because I feel like I can't get as much leverage and windup. However with back 1s they often seem to come off much smoother than frontside 1s. Weird.
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Remember to pull your knees up a bit this will help stabilize you in the air too

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