I need some advice...

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OK so heres the story...
ive been doing treflips for a while now as you can see in my old video.
I thought that after doing treflips for this long a unique style would emerge in them...
I guess I was wrong.
my treflips just feel kinda generic to me if you know what I mean...theres nothing that really separates them from anybody elses.
ive seen pros treflips and theyre all unique.
So if youre reading this and think you could help me out to develop my own style than that would be really great

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(9) responses to: I need some advice...

  1. Ask Kyle Wimmer, Cliffs brother he can do them really sick.

    Spankster's Emeritar Spankster Posted:
  2. well, for some reason when i try to do tre, people told me it looks like as if it's hardflipping. i think it's in the scoop, but.

    don't take my advice so seriously but i'm pretty sure you are way better than me, but well that was just my 5 cent worth. :D

    toi's Emeritar toi Posted:
  3. Dude, it's all in your backfoot, it's all in the scoop.

    x7synystergates7x's Emeritar x7synystergates7x Posted:
  4. you know what,just forget what the rest of these people are saying,i just watched you video,and your tres look GREAT.

    but i understand what you mean,my tre flips are good,shoot just yesterday i tre'd a 8 stair friggin bolts,but i want them to look pro status.

    so what i been doing,is instead of just flicking forward and bringing my front foot back right away,i keep my front foot out there and boned out until its actually time to catch it. it works really good.

    Andy's Emeritar Andy Posted:
  5. thanx Lil A ima try that...
    hopefully it'll give me some height too

    Nate's Emeritar Nate Posted:
  6. by watching yr old video, yr tre flip looks fine to still trying to land a tre flip (or a 360 flip you call) so i cant critics much really...

    jzdeckz's Emeritar jzdeckz Posted:
  7. Don't try and work on your style, as you get better your tre flips will naturally progress. If spend to much time trying to look steezy, your tricks will lose their uniqueness. So what I'm trying to say is; don't rush your tricks, style takes time, and it will be worth it.

    purplepjeater's Emeritar purplepjeater Posted:
  8. I think it's all in the catch and landing bolts.

    theguythatchills's Emeritar theguythatchills Posted:

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