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bbking 07-14-2007 7:30 AM

can anybody explain it? the book didn't help me very much <BR> <BR>and how can i improve my jumps <BR> <BR>i think its mostly me not popping my knees (i just learned w2w a couple days ago because my boat has a weird wake) <BR>i have to ride at 24mph to make the thing thin enough to clear and my rope length is 60-65ish i think <BR>i'll post the link to the vid after it uploads <BR> <BR>(Message edited by bbking on July 14, 2007)

bbking 07-14-2007 8:44 AM

<a href="http://good-times.webshots.com/video/3061507690091415938crizJi" target="_blank">http://good-times.webshots.com/video/3061507690091415938crizJi</a>

bbking 07-14-2007 2:19 PM

also, hs backrolls on the trampoline seem reeeaally hard <BR> <BR>i've hit my feet on the springs/bar 3 times today <BR> <BR>also on the trampoline i found that hs bs360s are a lot easier than fs because you get the handle pass out of the way early <BR> <BR>PLEASE HEEELP!

wakemandan 07-14-2007 3:48 PM

Alright; ive noticed two things in that video you posted. <BR> <BR>1) You want to have a more aggressive edge towards the wake. (Hit it faster) <BR> <BR>2) If you extend your knees when you hit the wake, it will take you up. (bent knees absorb the wake.) <BR> <BR>Good luck to you.

bbking 07-14-2007 3:59 PM

sweet i'll try that next week <BR>any other stuff on the load and release and trampoline stuff?

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