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09-01-2006 6:22 AM

Please I need help. What's going wrong ? <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.blog4ever.com/photos/4108103822062308101041.jpeg" target="_blank">http://www.blog4ever.com/photos/4108103822062308101041.jpeg</a>

alanp 09-01-2006 7:48 AM

youre looking over the wrong shoulder. keep looking over your lead shoulder(right) or straight back. for you though i would recommend the lead should to straighten you out immediately. do that and you'll probably land one within your next couple of trys.

atink739 03-19-2007 12:57 PM

yeah at about 1/2 way through your rotation your looking over your left shoulder. You always want to look straight back. Keep on standing tall at the top of the wake. Everythings right except for that. Practice it on a tramp a bucha times (if you have one). Good luck!

gimp990 03-19-2007 5:15 PM

you do just like my friend use to do. instead of spotting your landing you are looking at the boat. you need to spot your landing. you need to straighten your arm out also. when your pull your arm to your head it will make you rotate like a whirly. it looks like you are trying a whirly it is just you are looking over the wrong shoulder. when i throw a tantrum i look slightly over my back shoulder like i am doing a whirly i just dont pull my arm toward my head. hope this helps

bdeisel 04-08-2007 8:29 PM

austin is right, you are pulling your arm in, which is causing the star-gaze. Leave the arm out for the majority of the trick. You will need to bring it in a little before you land to keep tension on the line. This will help you to ride it out instead of being jerked after landing.

bdeisel 04-08-2007 8:30 PM

Yeah, I'll bet that one hurt...

spin2win 04-26-2007 7:28 PM

it looks like you are sucking your knees in as well. the trick is all in your upper body. throw your chest and your head....

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