Before you challenge this trick, be sure to check the following points in advance.
If you have a solid grasp on these things, you can probably learn this trick fairly quick as well! Let's jump right into it!
Sequence by sequence, I'm going to explain the “Shifty Late Backside Late 180 spin” !
At take off, make sure that your shoulders are parallel with the snowboard.
Please take off straight so that your board doesn't go into a backside spin.
Turn your face and upper body in the air after you have taken off from the lip.
At take off, if you turn your head and upper body, when you go to extend your foreleg, the nose of your board will be horizontal and not be in line with the landing.
At the peak of your jump, turn your face and chest toward the tail side in one go.
Psychologically, this is the scary part, but if you don't twist your upper body here with all your might and shift your eyesight toward the tail, there will be no style in this trick.
At the same time, fully extend your foreleg.
(It's probably OK to extend both legs in the beginning).
At this point, if your hips turn, the style will end up being completely different.
Without turning your hips, keep the board in a straight direction of movement just as you would in a straight air.
With your chest and your face fixed to the tail side of your board, pull your extended leg up in one go. By pulling your foreleg up, your hips will begin to turn.
When your pull is solid, you can turn your hips more and landing becomes easier.
Conversely, when your pull is weak, your hips will not turn and landing will be difficult.
Your line of sight will be facing the rear, but by looking at the surface of the snow until landing, you can gauge time and distance.
Make sure that when your lower body spins around, your board is straight with the landing.
It is harder to balance if you force yourself to look forward.
It's best to face forward after you have stabilized your stance.