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The idea is simple:  look at tricks not by their takeoffs and landings, per se, but by their rotation and flip.  What does that mean exactly?  It means that rather than viewing a cheat-9, swing-9, and pop-9 as 3 distinct tricks, view them as the same trick, a “9”, from a different takeoff or transition.  …

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Here’s the flipped version for you left twisters.  https://youtu.be/Jbk6La92yMo     Keenan Carr has been killing the mega-cart game for awhile now, including triples and dubdubs from it, yet hardly anyone else is even playing with the concept, it seems.  I’ve been messing with it for awhile now, and i’m finally getting relatively proficient with …

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I’m a huge believer in using your hands in tricking.  Why?  Because it’s easy, for one, but more importantly, that ease allows me to train for skills i’m not yet capable of doing, and to apply that experience more quickly upon learning a new skill.  What i mean is, i may not be able to …

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A lot of us train alone, without instruction, or in relatively small groups where we may or may not be at a different level from our peers.  Sometimes finding the path to what’s in our heads can be difficult to find on our own, so I’ve created a drill that can be adapted to any …

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The above table can be used as an easy reference guide for kicking. Listed are the kicking type, include each of its hypers, the corresponding stance of the landing, as well as the landing leg itself, and several common transitions from each landing. The feiwrong and wackknife were not included, but it can be understood …

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Another spot to find all of the graphics from around the site in one place.

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