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By Chefwong (chefwong) on Wednesday, June 04, 2008 - 6:58 am:    Edit Post Delete Post
I'm am looking to start throwing crow mobes but I dont want to jack my self up on my first attempt.

My idea is to do a scarecrow and then when I am around and spot the water to turn the handle to my back for the last 180.

Any tips?

 
By Nick Tomsyck (sidekicknicholas) on Thursday, June 05, 2008 - 12:54 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
1st: solid crows.
2nd: do like 15 inside-->out switch backside 180s
(the end of the trick is just that)
*try and spot the landing if you followed the
wake all the way to shore (almost completely
behind you)...don't bring your head around
4th: Take a very short approach, very progresive
you want straight up pop --- keep you hands
together and elbows in tight
5th: Pop (if it doesn't feel good just bail to a
reg. crow) if it is good give a really hard
pull the your back hip with both hands.
6th: try to keep both hands on for the first 180
7th: Come around, spot the shore as you would for
the switch BS 180's -- drop the hand and
try to keep the handle really close to your
back (keeping it tight on approach will
help)
8th: land and try to get your back shoulder
rolled over to move your weight over your
toes.

*Dave Briscoe taught me...so these are mostly his words. and they helped.

 

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