Regarding the 360 unispin.

Regarding the 360 unispin.

Post by Jack_C- » Wed, 31 Oct 2007 20:38:28


Im getting close to landing it (i think), and im wondering if learning
the jump mount first will help me get the real thing easier.

Ive had some success with the jump mount, mainly ending in pain but
success it has been.

If anyone else has gone about this the same way I am, please tell.

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Regarding the 360 unispin.

Post by mycatisonfir » Thu, 01 Nov 2007 01:16:57

I think he's on about 360 jump mount things... i didnt learn them b4 360
unispins i think its just about persistance. once you can land them
then youll probably find them easier than 180 unispins :P

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Regarding the 360 unispin.

Post by picad » Thu, 01 Nov 2007 01:12:26

try to land it seat in... it is way easier

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Post by Jack_C- » Thu, 01 Nov 2007 06:38:03

yeah i landed the 180 unispin ages ago, i think im pretty good at it.

I have been attempting the 360 unispin for a while now but i just
havent got it right so i decided to learn the jump mount then have
another go at the real thing. Just wondering if this is a useless idea.

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Post by surfer102 » Thu, 01 Nov 2007 08:15:21

I think so, the 360 unispin jumpmount seems harder and I never have
learned it, before or after learning 3spins.

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Post by forrestunifrea » Thu, 01 Nov 2007 08:23:06

Quote:

> Im getting close to landing it (i think), and im wondering if learning
> the jump mount first will help me get the real thing easier.

> Ive had some success with the jump mount, mainly ending in pain but
> success it has been.

> If anyone else has gone about this the same way I am, please tell.

> Cheers.

Do you mean the 360 unispin jump mount? Or just holding the uni in
front of you and jumping onto it?

I don't think unispin jump mounts are anything like unispins. I don't
even know if I can 360 unispin jump mount.

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Post by Into the blu » Thu, 01 Nov 2007 08:37:03

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> I don't even know if I can 360 unispin jump mount.

$10 says you can't.

If you make it I'll pay you at UNICON.

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Post by forrestunifrea » Thu, 01 Nov 2007 09:09:04

Quote:

> $10 says you can't.

> If you make it I'll pay you at UNICON.

Hmm, what do you know, I just went out and landed one. I guess I don't
know my own strength.

Oops.

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Post by Jack_C- » Thu, 01 Nov 2007 14:46:48

Hehe. Well, Im gunna try again today and ill tell you all later how i
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Post by sutton62 » Fri, 02 Nov 2007 02:46:18

i have a hard time with any uni spins because i hold my left foot out to
land on the ground with because im so used to failing. Failing too many
times is messing me up. I still keep trying tho.

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Post by Jerric » Fri, 02 Nov 2007 02:50:02

Video tape yourself, then you can see if your legs arent going up, if
one foot is going down before the other, and anything else that could
be going wrong.
With this method, I taught my friend to do them in 5 mins.

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Post by PKHodgi » Fri, 02 Nov 2007 03:55:58

hiya. i went out to try 360 unispins for the first time today. I can
land 180spins perfect now i want to work on 360 unispins. I struggle to
catch the seat after spinning it as it is spinning to fast. Also i
racked my balls twice because i landed with the uni under me how do i
prevent this? thanks, any help willl be appreciated

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Post by ivan » Fri, 02 Nov 2007 04:59:39

I don't let go of the seat for 360 unispins. I just sort of bring my
left hand(the one in front) the whole way around.

And prevent racking by holding the seat in front of you and spinning it
like that. Jump straight up.

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Post by _Ground_Zero » Fri, 02 Nov 2007 05:25:40

i can do the 180 jump mount, jump mount, suicide mount, but i can't do
teh 180 uni spin AT ALL. it sucks. so hard...i jump and spin but i cant
do it fast enough so my legs open and close and land on the pedals.

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