Thinking about it a bit more, it could be caused by me rushing the blind landing. Think I need to practice my backside 1s a bit more.
Besides that as you already mentioned, for fs 360s you should be landing blind looking down and back up the hill and if you look forwards during the landing you'll overrotate into a 540./QUOTE]
Yeah that's pretty much exactly what's happening. I get the full way around the 360 in the air and then when I land I keep spinning another 180 and end up switch (which makes hitting the next feature a PITA). Sorry yeah, forgot to mention these are frontside 3s.
I'm almost certain my problem is that I'm looking forward too early (perhaps before my board even makes contact with the ground). I might go "back" to doing some backside 1s until I'm satisfied I've got the blind landing down sweet.
Either that, or give some backside 3s a go? either way I'm having fun.
Also maybe concentrate on the one trick rather than tying them together. This way you dial the 360 in completely then start to string in more features.Yeah that's pretty much exactly what's happening. I get the full way around the 360 in the air and then when I land I keep spinning another 180 and end up switch (which makes hitting the next feature a PITA).
Also it's obvious from watching this video now, I need to tuck my legs in more. I think I've got that part sussed now at least.Hey guys,
Thanks for the feedback. I forgot to mention I'm goofty - I presume that doesn't make any difference to which edge I should be landing on (i.e. I should still be landing toe edge as mentioned)?
Here's a video from last February showing one of my attempts. I'm based in NZ (so we've just come to the end of our season here). I think I've improved a bit since this video was taken but none the less, it's probably indicative?