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A loser or inward frontflip is a frontflip variation which involves travelling backwards while performing the frontflip, landing behind the take-off point. This can either be done from height (from two feet or with a webster approach), or flat ground by stepping backwards into the move before kicking into a webster.

The name is a bit of a joke with the fact that a gainer is a backflip travelling forward, and is a loser is a the total opposite: a frontflip travelling backwards.