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The first thing to understand about landings from an inverted axis is that regardless of actual twist rotation, all twists in tricking are measured to the same point: the backward landing, usually on the outside kicking leg.  This is also known as a ‘Complete’ landing stance, although more often than not, rather than naming this landing position, the number of twists are named.  At first glance this may seem odd, but because trickers use so many different takeoffs, particularly when utilizing transitional changes, it is incredibly useful to measure them each to the same point to create a consistency from axis to axis in regards to the 4 main landing stances.  It is widely understood that although not all twists are actually full twists, they are considered equal in terms of naming and progression into multiple twists.

 

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