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Offline Shaun Andersen

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Frontflip 360 on flat?
« on: August 05, 2011, 09:25:30 PM »
Any advice for this?  Whenever I try a frontflip 360 on flat ground, I always end up learning back after the full twist and landing on my back or side!  The problem is I can't get the rotation from a tuck when I am trying to lay out the frontflip so I can twist -.-  Any help?
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Re: Frontflip 360 on flat?
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2011, 10:16:26 AM »
Any advice for this?  Whenever I try a frontflip 360 on flat ground, I always end up learning back after the full twist and landing on my back or side!  The problem is I can't get the rotation from a tuck when I am trying to lay out the frontflip so I can twist -.-  Any help?

I'd recommend learning how to do a proper front layout before trying to add a full twist. Progressions, always!

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Re: Frontflip 360 on flat?
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2011, 02:33:29 PM »
If you are stubborn an don't want to progress the right way (learning a good layout then some half-outs...not the same as a brani...) I guess you could progress yourself from lower and lower ledges. FYI to open up a full at the right time to land it or run out of it is hard. That is why most people do brani's and rudy's.

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