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kingofscotsflat 08-04-2003 3:20 PM

whats the secret how do i get the board to stay with me and how fast should i be going?

lukem 08-04-2003 3:45 PM

what i do is cut out real hard and when there is slack in the line make sure you are centered on the board then ollie and use your back foot for rotation and your front foot to keep the board steady. then land and ride away ( thats what i do)

lukem 08-04-2003 3:45 PM

what i do is cut out real hard and when there is slack in the line make sure you are centered on the board then ollie and use your back foot for rotation and your front foot to keep the board steady. then land and ride away ( thats what i do) i have been using one wake to throw them now to for extra height, its pretty sick.

kingofscotsflat 08-05-2003 9:50 AM

thanks ill try that! <BR>

warlock00 08-05-2003 10:02 AM

I do them at normal pull speed, and keeping the board under you is just a matter of feel, and timing. I usually pull them on my toeside out pretty wide, but I dont have slack in the rope. <BR> <BR>Luke I have tried them with one wake, but can't keep the board under me...sometimes I land on the board, but usually to far to the front or back....that is sweet that you are doing them over a wake.

kingofscotsflat 08-05-2003 2:59 PM

is it possible to do shov-its without slack?

warlock00 08-05-2003 3:27 PM

I don't have slack when I do them.

lukem 08-05-2003 4:24 PM

when i use one wake i dont have slack but when i learned them i cut out the threw it when i was like drifting.


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