If you can get over the common issues with frontside 180s’ then there will only be a few things to work on for locking in your frontside 360's. The key thing I’ve found for the best feeling and looking frontside 3’s is to move from a scrubbed/washed takeoff to a more ollied 360.
Most guys turn up the kicker too early for the frontside 360. They wash up the face of the kicker and even end up doing a frontside 90 even before they’ve left the takeoff. In this article I'll talk about slowly moving your edge engagement takeoff point towards the tail of the board.
You can use a subtle counter carve to help time the changeover to your heel edge as you travel up the kicker for the takeoff. Remember that the approach is super important to get right as it will make the initiation of the spin a lot easier. You can see from the drawings the early transition onto the heel edge will result in a scrubbed and less powerful takeoff. The more controlled and patient you can be as you move to your heel edge will enable you to utilise an ollie for the takeoff.