Websters: While not technically twist types, their prevalence is worth noting. Websters are like front flips from one leg, or tucked front aerials, and are often performed from a frontswing. Unlike their backward counterpart, the gainer, which has an overwhelmingly standardized swinging leg, websters are performed from either leg, depending on the preference of the tricker. This means that they are swung into from both mega and semi landings, and by twisting them, either an aerial twist or raiz axis trick is created.
Common Webster Variations:
Loser: A backward-traveling webster
Webster-Switch: Just like in gainers, a webster that switches the legs in the air, landing and taking off from the same position.