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Old                07-24-2001, 5:29 PM Reply   
I'm going out on friday and would like to try an invert. In your opinions, what would you say is the easiest invert and how do you do it? I've heard that the tantrum is easiest from some people and others say that the hs backroll is easiest. I could also use some advice on landing my off-axis 360. Thanks is advance.
Old                07-25-2001, 2:02 PM Reply   
Anyone?? come one guys, I really want to work on some inverts this weekend and would like to start off on the right foot.
Old                07-25-2001, 2:22 PM Reply   
Backroll! You may want to go out a try a couple of each and see what is most comfortable to you, but I think the backroll is a lot easier and safer to learn as your first invert. There is a trick tips section with a video clip on here to help you with the backroll. Look on the general discussion from earlier today and someone states the link. Good luck!
Old                07-25-2001, 3:38 PM Reply   
Backroll as in tantrum?
Old                07-25-2001, 3:45 PM Reply   
totally different trick.
Old                07-25-2001, 7:04 PM Reply   
backroll is pretty easy, ts or hs, if you are comfortable going off axis then throwing your shoulder down for a backroll should be pretty easy

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