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That's awesome, I just skimmed through it a bit, you should have a blast.

The whole thing is the commitment to going inverted, you have to know that when you go for it, it's 100%.
But once you get over that part, you'll see, the learning curve is sharp.

If you're going to specifically learn the tamedog, I'm sure you'll get it pretty quick. Practice makes perfect & you'll get a shitload of reps.

I'm excited for ya buddy

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take some vids of your progression.
Tramp - crash - landing a clean one.....

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Do you get to use snowboards on the trampolines? Have you ever tried a snowboard on a tramp before?
I'll ask them, but I kind of doubt they'd allow it. I don't have access to a tramp outside of the club unfortunately. Although if this works out I might buy one (my daughter's interested in trampoline as well). I also haven't been on a trampoline since junior high.


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They may let you use these they are 100% foam.


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Oof. I watched your vid there, then I ended up here: TTR's Worst Snowboarding Crashes EVER! on MPORA

I'm going to take up knitting....


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Oof. I watched your vid there, then I ended up here: TTR's Worst Snowboarding Crashes EVER! on MPORA

I'm going to take up knitting....
It takes years to be able to crash that good, you don't have to take up knitting yet.

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I dont recommend that anyone try for the first time inverted air on anything other than a tramp or deep powder.
when I was learning, and in school (stuck) on the ice coast, I used very rainy days to learn new tricks. It still hurt landing on my head, but not nearly as much as it would have. Not a great solution, but worth mentioning.
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So I had my first session today. No inverts first time out. Just basics, learning to stay in the middle of the tramp, and going through basic spins.

Interesting that I'm already learning some stuff. For instance, I have a tendency when starting a spin to throw my shoulder down as well as around, so I tend to spin off-axis. Once the instructor pointed this out, I was able to do 5-10 quick repetitions doing it right.

I think this is going to be fun.


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So I had my first session today. No inverts first time out. Just basics, learning to stay in the middle of the tramp, and going through basic spins.

Interesting that I'm already learning some stuff. For instance, I have a tendency when starting a spin to throw my shoulder down as well as around, so I tend to spin off-axis. Once the instructor pointed this out, I was able to do 5-10 quick repetitions doing it right.

I think this is going to be fun.
I totally forgot about it until I seen the trampoline thread here, so I knew it was going to be you.

Sweet, Hopefully I'll remember next weekend, cause I really want to watch & check it all out.

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