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Old                09-04-2001, 7:49 PM Reply   
I am landing about 40% of my hs360s now. When I fall I think it is mostly because I am looking down instead of leading with my head. In general where should I be looking on w2w jumps and specifically for 360s? How does looking at the shoreline or the boat not conflict with spotting your landing?
Mike
Old                09-06-2001, 11:55 AM Reply   
Your head should be turned looking over your lead shoulder in the direction of the spin. If you are getting off balance and falling, then you are simple starting your rotation too early. If you are falling only while attempting to land, then you should be looking at the shoreline as a normal jump. Normal jumps have you looking at the shoreline that you are headed towards.

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