Mainstream
Name
TKTName Total In-AirRotation MainstreamName TKTName Total In-AirRotation
Tornado

Cheat 360 Round (Tornado)

180 Pop 360 Pop 180 Hook 180
540 Cheat 360 Katana (Hyper Tornado) 180 (+180) Lotus Kick Swing 180 Hook ~0
Backside 900 Pop 540 Round 540

Backside 720

Pop 360 Hook 360
Swing 900 Swing 540 Round 360 Swing 720 (Stepover Hook) Swing 360 Hook (Tsunami) 180
Wrap 900 Cheat 540 Round 360 Wrap 720 Cheat 360 Hook 180
Pop 900 Pop 720 Round 720 Pop 720 Pop 540 Hook 540
Swing 900 Swing 720 Round 540 Swing 720 Swing 540 Hook 360
Cheat 900 Cheat 720 Round 540 Cheat 720 Cheat 540 Hook 360
Backside 1260 Pop 900 Round 900 Backside 1080 Pop 720 Hook 720
Swing 1260 Swing 900 Round 720 Swing 1080 Swing 720 Hook 540
Wrap 1260 Cheat 900 Round 720 Wrap 1080 Cheat 720 Hook 540
Pop 1260 Pop 1080 Round 1080 Pop 1080 Pop 900 Hook 900
Swing 1260 Swing 1080 Round 900 Swing 1080 Swing 900 Hook 720
Cheat 1260 Cheat 1080 Round 900 Cheat 1080 Cheat 900 Hook 720
Backside 1620 Pop 1260 Round 1260 Backside 1440 Pop 1080 Hook 1080
Swing 1620 Swing 1260 Round 1080 Swing 1440 Swing 1080 Hook 900
Wrap 1620 Cheat 1260 Round 1080 Wrap 1440 Cheat 1080 Hook 720
Pop 1620 Pop 1440 Round 1440 Pop 1440 Pop 1260 Hook 1260
Swing 1620 Swing 1440 Round 1260 Swing 1440 Swing 1260 Hook 1080
Cheat 1620 Cheat 1440 Round 1260 Cheat 1440 Cheat 1260 Hook 1080

 

This list represents many of the most common vert kicks, with the exception of variations such as doubles, and landing adjustments, or hypers.  The actual in-air rotation has been included as a reminder that transitions utilizing sequential takeoffs (swing and cheat/wrap) require less work in the air to perform.  As such, with a maximum in-air potential of approximately 720 degrees, a tricker can theoretically achieve higher rotational kicks by using the cheat or swing takeoffs.  For example, a cheat 1080, or swing 1260 (mainstream).  Difficulty and technique may be an issue, obviously, but the potential is there, and understanding that may help to logically, and safely approach higher rotation kicks.

Note that in the mainstream columns, ‘Backside’ kicks are implied pop takeoffs, while the ‘wrap’ tag is used to represent a cheat takeoff from a backside stance.

It should also be noted that Mainstream terminology lacks a differentiation for ‘swing’ kicks from Frontside and Backside stances.  Because of this, the same name appears twice, but with different TKT equivalents.

The 540 also represents an unnamed hypered trick, the only one on this list, and as such has 180 degrees of extra in-air rotation.  Hypering any other kicks would also increase its in-air rotation by 180 degrees.