Inward Heelflip - A backside pop shuvit heelflip.
Heelflip, varial flip, backside shuvit, backside heeflip.
Throw a backside heelflip but don’t turn your body. That is how I started popping this trick.
This trick has a subtle flick. You need to flip the board inward to the shuvit. Which means you need to flick the flip before the shuvit is flicked.
Instead of messing with all the timing, do a backside heelflip which is an easier flick. Then keep the top of your body from turning backside.
One last thing, give it a pretty big ollie. Making enough air time for the board to complete the rotation.
If everything went well the board will flip under you and it will feel pretty good. Pop high and get out of the way. When you see the flip put your feet at where the bolts should be.
Try doing high floaty backside pop-shuvits
and back heels of course.
Try this trick fakie for a bit easier of a pop and landing.
I'll polish this description up in the future.