Once you get front rolls down, doing front roll transitions is just a matter of kite control. We’ll focus this post on your kite position.
For more details on how to front roll, check out this article here.
The key to a smooth front roll transition is making sure that your kite stays at 12 o’clock through your rotation. As you spot your landing, begin to redirect the kite kite in the opposite direction. As you land, the kite should already begin pulling you in the opposite direction.
If you redirect the kite too soon you risk not being able to complete the full rotation. If you redirect the kite too late, you’ll land but you won’t have any power in the kite so you’ll sink.
Focus on completing the rotation with your kite at 12 and when you feel yourself come around, put pressure on your back hand to send the kite in the opposite direction.