For intermediate freestyle snowboarders, an even bigger hurdle is going from a 180 spin to a 360 spin, then from a 360 spin to a 540 spin, and so on.
Nowadays, it's not uncommon in slope style competitions to go into the 1620 and Triple Cork territory.
With all this happening right before your eyes, you probably get an even stronger desire to want to spin.
So, how can you spin an extra 180 degrees? I'll tell you the first secret right now.
Snowboarding is a sport, so naturally you use muscles when riding.
And it’s clear that muscle characteristics affect your performance.
Human muscles are actually divided into 2 types.
Here, I’ll simply explain the difference between the two types.
Spin Trick Takeoff’s require a big movements all at once. Whether you’re going to be able to pull it off or not depends on your balance, which is easy to lose in this situation.
The speed at which you need to take off gets faster and the timing and balance get harder as you grow from beginner to advance.
Below we’ll talk about some failed examples at the intermediate level
A lot of misses come primarily from the bottom 2 reasons.
• You lean too much weight on the edge
• You take off with your weight on the nose of the board