Originally Posted by Strider
can someone describe the POP?
As you ride into the jump feel that pressure and right at the max of it, at the end of the jump push down with your legs - or think of it as trying to hop up, two-footed, onto a small stair. The pop gives you a little float. Without this you are like a car going off a bridge.
But don't forget: you don't use much energy to do this - the force used should be about the same as jumping from the street up to the curb, not jumping up three stairs. Your knees bend only a little, minimal arm movement.
Practice by jumping up from street to curb, etc.
Originally Posted by roundturns
Never have done one , too afraid to try. Watched my neighbor's boy really land hard on his chest getting only half way around that reinforced to me they are as hard to execute as they look. I'd love to do one before I croke!
He did half a 360 and landed on his chest?...I just don't see how that's possible.: