Well, lets start shall we?
(Do not attempt when wearing no shin guards, shoes, and when you in your room still awake at 5am.)
Get your shin guards on, cause they will give you confidence, and protect you from getting painful 8 inch gashes on your legs.
Get your uni.
Mount your uni. Get into your jumping position, mines left foot forward, right hand on saddle, then move to SIF.
Find your hand position. What is comfortable to you, and make it the easiest to rotate your uni with. I rotate my uni to the right, so my right hand, is on the handle, holding more on the left side, and my left hand is holding the back of the seat, on the right side.
Jump off your pedals, either bringing your feet out to the side, or straight up. Right as you do this, spin the uni 180 degrees. Land on the ground, don’t try to land it just yet. Just keep doing this to get used to jumping off and spinning the uni.
You may also learn to do no-footers, just to get used to jumping off, and landing back on the uni.
Now lets try and land this. You know how you hold your saddle, and how to spin it, you have your gear on, your used to jumping off the pedals and spinning the uni, so the next part is to land.
Instead of landing your feet on the ground, like in step five, aim them for the cranks.
Practice, practice, practice. You don’t really need to have the uni leave the ground for a 180 unispin, just your feet have to leave the uni, and stay out of the way when its spinning. It may take you a few days to get this trick, or a few minuets, just don’t give up.
Let out a loud “Yes!!!” once you land one.
Your probably thinking that this guide sounds too simple and no enough detail, but 180 unispins are simple and don’t need much detail. You just gotta go out and try them and not be afraid to fall a few times.
I would of gotten pictures of the spin, but my webcam sucks when its dark in my room, and seeing how its past 5am, I don’t wanna wake anyone up by doing a unispin in my room, nor do I want to cut my feet up.
Once you have the 180 down, just spin the uni harder and faster and get a 360, then try a 540 and so on and so forth.
Feel free to add any other advice to it, but to anyone riding this, don’t pay so much attention to it, cause really all it is is, jump, spin, land. =p