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By UncleJessie (unclejessie) on Tuesday, September 02, 2008 - 4:38 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
The other thread is way too long...

I have been trying these off and on this summer and it seems I can get the board off axis to start with, but as I do the handle pass, it goes to flat right away. How do I hang it up and OA longer AND still get the handle. I can get it big and OA if I really dip the right shoulder, but that usually puts me out of control and makes passing the handle super hard.

A few tips?



By Chris (beastmaster) on Friday, September 05, 2008 - 10:12 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
What's up Jessie. There are quit a few things u have to do differently in a OA 3 than a flat 3. First is when edging in HS heavy front foot and scoop up the wake like a progressive back roll. Instead of pulling the handle straight across your hip you need to pull it across and down to leverage your body OA. If you click on my profile a have a pic of an OA 3. I have just started riding in the Sac area and have been coaching at West Coast Camps for 4 yrs if you ever want to ride.

(Message edited by beastmaster on September 05, 2008)

By UncleJessie (unclejessie) on Monday, September 08, 2008 - 9:09 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
Hey Chris. PM me your cell number and we'll sometime soon. Do you remember meeting me? I am the guy who sells seat covers.



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