Spot your landing — don’t stare at it
It’s OK to look where you’re going to land, but don’t fixate on it. Once you have a good idea of where you’ll land, focus your eyes about 10 to 15 feet in front of you. Put simply, look where you want to go, not where you think you’ll fall.
Shawn Watson On Spotting Your Landing
— “Focus on getting solid pop, and start your rotation early so you can spot your landing midway through the olé toeside 540.”
— “Spotting your landing early also helps you rotate faster, which will let you add an extra 180 to this trick once you’re comfortable.”