Easy Flips in Club Penguin are easy stamps, which require you to perform one flip in the Catchin’ Waves game. After jumping off a wave, you must circle your mouse clockwise or counterclockwise to complete the flip. The Easy Flip stamp was first released on July 26, 2010. There are two ways to earn it.
First, you must be comfortable with the front flip. You can practice it by bouncing on a trampoline or jumping in a pool. It is not easy to land on the front, but practice makes perfect. The front flip requires the most impact and momentum, so be sure to grab the tuck with your knees bent. Getting a head start is also essential. Once you have gained some confidence, try to flip.
If you want to master front flips, you must first develop your strength, flexibility and determination. You should also learn to do the front roll and dive roll. Practice the different parts of the flips with a spotter or on your own. It is also important to keep your body straight and maintain momentum. After all, you don’t want to land on your knees.
Backflips are another great way to build your confidence and muscle memory. These flips can be performed standing or on a springboard. To learn the backflip, you must first learn to perform a series of tricks in order to create momentum. When you have a strong base and tuck position, it’s much easier to execute the backflip. Try practicing on a block first, and this will help you strengthen your leg muscles and get into a good tuck position.
While practicing the side flips on a trampoline is a great way to build strength and confidence, you can also do them on soft ground with a crash mat or yoga mat. If you can’t use a trampoline, you can use an AirTrack mat to simulate soft or hard surfaces. Remember to have someone spot you when practicing backflips on a trampoline.