If you want to get upside down you’d better be a pogo badass! This trick is really dangerous and can land you in the hospital in a heartbeat.
Before even thinking about trying this trick on the ground, you need to try it a ton of times into a foam pit, onto matts, into a pool…some way for you to not get hurt if you land on your head.
The pogo stick will slow your rotation down A LOT compared to a normal backflip, so getting a really good tuck is vital to keeping your speed up throughout the rotation.
Your first simulated ground flips will need to be onto pads. Mark two lines on the ground in front of your landing area: one about a foot from the pad and the other about three feet away. These will be your two jumps prior to attempting the backflip. Start by jumping on the further line and jump backwards slightly to the first line. Use this backward motion to help kickstart your rotation and jump onto the pads.