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nwrider 07-27-2010 8:54 AM

frontside air help!
i am getting closer and closer to geting my fins up and out of the water, but just can't seem to go big like is others, any suggestions?
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surfdad 07-28-2010 6:19 AM

Airs aren't easy, are they! Just looking at the video, a little more speed would be useful, it'll be hard to release on that wake at that speed. After gaining some speed into the wake, the height of the air is determined by how high you can push the nose up into the air - much like a skateboard ollie. See if this article helps at all.

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