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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 08-11-2013, 05:58 PM
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Totally negates anything in the rest of your statement..... I bet you can do a front flip off your unicorn into a pool of rainbows too......
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I can easily spin 900's on a tramp but spinning a 360 consistently on the snow still escapes me.
If your having problems with spinning 9's, Do what I do and use ankle weights equal to or greater than the weight of your board+bindings+boots. Think about it like the old Superman movies where the gravity on his home planet was so strong that he could fly on earth. Movie reference #1


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Actually the trampoline does help. but not that much when it comes to rotations. you can learn how to do flips, cartwheels, laid back, front flips, backflips, and rodeo. the problem when it comes to rotations is that the movement of the upperbody should be focused on a lot and you have to keep your legs the same way your board and bindings are set up. best place to learn rotations is on flat land. Use the same techniques that you would do on the big booters. but do know the more you can achieve on land, the more you'll be able to pull off dope tricks on kickers and drops!
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You better buy a trampoline quick. They are super dangerous and should probably be outlawed.
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Fucking stupid people.... i work in a hospital 15 minutes from Woodward and haven't seen a single injury from there. We also spend endless hours there and haven't seen a single injury there that was more than a minor scrape or sprain.
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Fucking stupid people.... i work in a hospital 15 minutes from Woodward and haven't seen a single injury from there. We also spend endless hours there and haven't seen a single injury there that was more than a minor scrape or sprain.
not to be that guy but they can be dangerous.. ive heard more than one person say they know someone who was paralyzed from falling off a trampoline. although, im sure woodward is more safety oriented then someone with a tramp in their backyard
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