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260searay 07-30-2005 1:45 PM

Does this look ok? I just started going w2w. This picture was today and was the only one i could do because the lake had 3 foot rollers and was really hard to do anything. <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65919/243961.jpg" alt="">

wakeboarder84 07-30-2005 1:50 PM

you might want to shorten the rope a little bit. cut in harder and bring up your rear leg (your left). looks good tho...

dakid 07-30-2005 1:53 PM

bring up rear leg? i'm curious, what will that accomplish? <BR> <BR>chris, grant's right in that you may want to shorten your rope. or, if you're going slow (looks slow in the pic), speed up the boat a bit. your form isn't all that bad, but, you should be standing taller, w/ your weight a bit more evenly distributed. the handle should be closer in. <BR> <BR>work on progressive cut, standing tall and handle position.

260searay 07-30-2005 2:12 PM

The rope is as short as it can get 60'. I dont think the boat was up to speed yet but i have been trying at like 22mph that might be like 20. I will have to try standing taller and keeping the rope in more. I crash sometimes because i get all off balance. Thanks

dahui 07-30-2005 2:17 PM

What kind of boat? The wake looks like its crumbling quite a bit at that speed.

bigshow 07-30-2005 2:29 PM

Looks like your bending your knees. If you stand tall you'll go higher and farther.

260searay 07-30-2005 2:35 PM

The wake really has no hope it is a 26' sea ray with a skylon swoop xt pro tower. I could trim the drive and it would help but it was so ruff it wouldnt have helped much. But ok i will try standing taller at the wake.


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