360 boneless works very similarly to 180 boneless, except for this time, much like the no comply big spin, you're gonna wanna turn your body, use your shoulders, get a little bit more momentum in there, so that way, when you are up in the air you can really stick your landing. Try and look where you're gonna put your feet when you land on the board. Generally you want it over the bolts. If your in rougher terrain you might need to put your foot in a different spot. It's very important that as you do the boneless, you got a nice windup, you're making sure you're using your shoulders, again, using your arms, your entire body to finish up on that turn. Now, when you do the 360 boneless, just don't forget you're gonna really wanna pop off the ground, get up really high in the air, so that way you can actually land the 360 degree rotation.
When you do a 360 boneless, some people like to grab with their right hand and reach across, some people like to use their left hand and go in the other direction. I personally like to reach with my right hand, grab right in the middle of the board and turn to the right. Some people use their left hand and turn to the left and that's perfectly fine. Again, each to their own. It's very important that you do what you prefer. You're less likely to get hurt like that and it's really important to push off the ground nice and hard so you get up into the air, have enough hang time to really stick that turn and make the landing. That's how you do a boneless 360.