Corkscrew or “Cork”: The skier does one distinct off-axis or inverted horizontal rotation. At no point should the skier’s feet be above their head. Double Cork or “Dub Cork”: The skier does two distinct off-axis rotations.
What is a cork trick?
A cork is a off axis spin that is leaned back, but so that the rider does not go inverted at any point. It is a popular trick, and many pro’s and amateurs do these very well.
What is a cork 360?
Cork 360. Pro. A backwards thrown 360° off-axis rotation, performed in the air. A backwards thrown 360° off-axis rotation, performed in the air.
What is a rodeo trick?
The basic frontside rodeo is all together a 540. It essentially falls into a grey area between an off axis frontside 540 and a frontside 180 with a back flip blended into it.