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    Posted: Oct/07/2008 at 11:29am
Alright.. this has been posted before I am guessing but I am going to try and break it down.

Things to keep in mind:
1) At some point in the spin you cant see the ground behind you and you are flying "blind". Dont worry about the ground...its there.Smile
2) The body leads the rotation
3) the trick is easy if you get out of your own way.

How:
1) Stand at the top of the drop and SEE YOURSELF DOING THE TRICK. This is HUGE! You have to have confidence in any trick you do, especially ones where you are flying "blind." Decide which way you want to spin...Front side or Back side so you are committed 100%
2) As you roll in and pick up speed continue feeling the move and seeing what you are about to do. As you roll up to the base of the ramp squat those knees  and compress a bunch!
3) As you reach the top of the lip spring up hard. As you are extending your legs turn the chest in the direction you wish to turn. Do the rotation of the chest smooth so everything remains connected and can spin together. I prefer to take off my toe edge, but some people like to take off their heel edge for spins. Its up to you!
4) You are now airborne so dont be a chick s**t and quit now! the rotation has started so pull the legs up to you and keep the chest turned in the direction you wish to spin. ow..the most important thing here is KEEP YOUR CHIN TO THE SHOULDER IN THE DIRECTION YOU ARE TURNING! This will allow the head and shoulders to work together and rotate you.
5) Once you pass 180 you are blind if you spun frontside. Stay committed and don't freak out. stay tucked, chin to the shoulder. This will also help you look in the direction you are spinning which helps you spot the landing earlier.
6) For the landing extend the legs like landing gear and absorb the impact. This will also help you compress an edge into the ground and maintain control.
7) Pick up chicks at the lodge

There you go...hope that makes sense.:)

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That is some good info right there!
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chin to shoulder... chin to shoulder....
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chin to shoulder... chin to shoulder....


it will help you rotate....:)...try it on a trampoline...you will spin so fast you will see your last meal!

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I have never tried any 3's but I am thinking this is the year I do it. Actually this is the year I want to try and do a lot of things. Lots of good info. If you see someone at the top waiting to drop in reading what looks like a print out of this thread that would be me.
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hahaha..nice. I will keep my eyes out for you man.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/09/2008 at 7:43am
for the first time doing 3s its always ok to "slide" off the lip a bit so you are really only doing about a 270 (rotate before the jump) that will get you used to the motion....
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Originally posted by NickinChicago

I have never tried any 3's but I am thinking this is the year I do it. Actually this is the year I want to try and do a lot of things. Lots of good info. If you see someone at the top waiting to drop in reading what looks like a print out of this thread that would be me.


If you see the guy at the top waiting to drop in reading what looks like his laptop with this thread on the screen, that would be me.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/10/2008 at 1:19pm


thanks for the info joe, its really helpful and im stoked about stomping some 3's this season
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Originally posted by grenerd

Originally posted by NickinChicago

I have never tried any 3's but I am thinking this is the year I do it. Actually this is the year I want to try and do a lot of things. Lots of good info. If you see someone at the top waiting to drop in reading what looks like a print out of this thread that would be me.


If you see the guy at the top waiting to drop in reading what looks like his laptop with this thread on the screen, that would be me.


I would bring the laptop but it is so old and crappy the battery would die to fast from the cold.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/19/2008 at 4:39pm
haha i'd recommend the print out.
dont wanna break your laptop when you bust yourself trying this trick teh first time

Also keep in mind that you should be able to do 180s before 3s...
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shop is 100% correct....180's both forwards and backwards are important

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as important as step 7 for you?
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I'll be waiting in the lodge ;-)
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I don't date Canadians....so its cool ehhh. have a good season ehhh

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what's all this online flirting aboot?
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awh :-(
no love, no love. Dont make fun of Canadians, were your northernly neighbours.
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Good stuff.  Will definitely keep this in mind.
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So....newbie concerning tricks question (dont shoot me please)

What exactly are 3's? I suppose I could look on google, but w/e
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360's...no worries man. Ask any question you want.:)

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Ah, I suppose that wouldn't have been to hard to figure out. Thanks, I never do tricks so I don't know the lingo.
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no worries!

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Originally posted by ShredBettyZoe

awh :-(
no love, no love. Dont make fun of Canadians, were your northernly neighbours.
seriously, i don't even live in Canada and i'm respecting you all.
I'm contemplating moving to Whistler once i graduate college.   Ya'll got some good goods up there?
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Go CANADIANS!
btw, thanks for the tip.
chin to shoulder, chin to shoulder..no chicken s**T, no chicken sh**...pick up chicks..pick up chicks..
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Originally posted by ShredBettyZoe

I'll be waiting in the lodge ;-)
YAY!!!!!!Big%20smile
 
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NOT!
 
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Originally posted by ShredBettyZoe

awh :-(
no love, no love. Dont make fun of Canadians, were your northernly neighbours.


Wait, Canada is north of here?
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pickin chicks up in the lift line is way better
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 sick!! nice explanation
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Thanks a lot, man.  I'm dialed in on 3's and am kind of learnin front/back fives the only thing is I have trouble hittin them when I'm NOT going cab.  Make a post that's just as effective as this one, for fives and you'll make all of us pros.
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fantastic. that should help.
 
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thanks for the sweet guide! I've recently been trying to f/s 180, which I feel is a lot easier because I don't have to land blind / spinning backside just gives me the heebie jeebies...are there any tips you can give for spinning backside? (I'm regular stanced)
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yeah man...I will type something up here in a little bit.

Check it out..

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I landed a 360 for the first time!Smile
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Nice!!! good job man...keep it up. Did you find this post helpful?

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well to tell you the truth I didn't read this till just now but it will definatly help me land them better.
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But yeah its gonna help, lol
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this is legit... thats exactly how to do it ... also step 7 is key
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I'm an advanced rider in and out of the park, and I know personally that I don't give advice really to anyone other than pointing out the obvious, which is exactly what you're doing.  I hate when people just spit out words that they've heard and can't back it up.  I hope you can.
 
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so i think i figured out that a "3" is some kind of rotation in mid air... hmm... its more than 180...
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for you benefit icy here's some help

1 = 180
3 = 360
5 = 540
7 = 720
9 = 900
10 = 1080
12 = 1260
14 = 1440
16 = 1620 (not sure if one of these has ever been done)
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i dont really understand the chin to shoulder thing i can easily do a 180 now and cant make it all the way to a 360
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When you approach the tip of the ramp I see alot of people begin to carve the snow in order to get momentum for the spin. Is this recommended?
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it is with a low edge angle ... you don't want to edge too hard or you will lose your speed needed to clear the knuckle and you might also go off sideways.

just try with gentle rolling of the ankles.  nothing too extreme.

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i just started to learn 180's and since the season is over here in IL, 3's is my goal for the next season,

good tips btw
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Hmm good tips. I'm gonna try to remember to do the chin to shoulder thing. I tried doing a front 3 before but I couldn't get enough rotation. I just ended up doing a 180. Is speed an issue cuz I do think I didn't get enough speed going into it. I'm gonna try backside 3's next time...I think I'd feel more comfortable with those.
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i have to think about getting extra pop and then get comfortable with looking past your 1st landing ... 
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I've been doing 3's this season and honestly, this tip works lol.
Now i'm just waiting for the 5's manuals :D
 
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Hmm good tips. I'm gonna try to remember to do the chin to shoulder thing. I tried doing a front 3 before but I couldn't get enough rotation. I just ended up doing a 180. Is speed an issue cuz I do think I didn't get enough speed going into it. I'm gonna try backside 3's next time...I think I'd feel more comfortable with those.


you do need a certain amt of air to complete the rotation, but not much.  you might be leaning too far back.  you should end the 3 looking up the mtn.


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Would stance width affect rotation at all? I tried just spinning 360s while standing on my board not going anywhere and I have trouble spinning all the way around...sometimes i get 270 but I've never gotten a full 360. My stance is 22/23 but if it was closer would it help at all?
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