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gracenface 07-05-2012 2:47 PM

Quick Set with J.B. O'Neill Wakeboarding
 
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check it outtt

downfortheride 07-05-2012 4:41 PM

That blind judge is sweet!

cheesydog 07-06-2012 1:30 AM

killing it!

moby 5 and hooch blind so good, nose 7 too!

lukus 07-06-2012 6:38 AM

I ride the same part of the river and get to see J.B. throw down fairly often as he rides by. It's always a treat. One of these days my boat is going to make a cameo in one of these videos.

petrie141 07-06-2012 6:53 AM

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Originally Posted by lukus (Post 1765206)
I ride the same part of the river and get to see J.B. throw down fairly often as he rides by. It's always a treat. One of these days my boat is going to make a cameo in one of these videos.

We might see you out there in the near future! We live in Austin as well.

petrie141 07-06-2012 6:58 AM

Big Worm VS Crow 5...

Is the only difference the big worm doesn't include a handle pass or landing wrapped?

andy_nintzel 07-06-2012 8:02 AM

Nice riding as always. I noticed in this vid that when you spin heelside, you do a little pre-loading of the board. about 5 feet outside of the wake you seem to push the board into the water a little more it seems to bring your pop up more, at least it appears that way in the video. I never noticed you doing it before, is it something new? Do you get any benefit from it? I dont really recall ever seeing any body else do it. Adam E does something similar but more of an extra crouch at the wake.

CasMarks 07-06-2012 8:23 AM

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Originally Posted by andy_nintzel (Post 1765231)
Nice riding as always. I noticed in this vid that when you spin heelside, you do a little pre-loading of the board. about 5 feet outside of the wake you seem to push the board into the water a little more it seems to bring your pop up more, at least it appears that way in the video. I never noticed you doing it before, is it something new? Do you get any benefit from it? I dont really recall ever seeing any body else do it. Adam E does something similar but more of an extra crouch at the wake.

It looks like he is pumping into the transition, similar to what you see in skating. Would be interesting to hear about the effects though.

andy_nintzel 07-06-2012 10:48 AM

kinda what I was thinking too. As to create more upward momentum.

petrie141 07-06-2012 11:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andy_nintzel (Post 1765231)
Nice riding as always. I noticed in this vid that when you spin heelside, you do a little pre-loading of the board. about 5 feet outside of the wake you seem to push the board into the water a little more it seems to bring your pop up more, at least it appears that way in the video. I never noticed you doing it before, is it something new? Do you get any benefit from it? I dont really recall ever seeing any body else do it. Adam E does something similar but more of an extra crouch at the wake.

Seems kind of like pre-loading. Something similar to the move at 0:23 ?

<iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/43889094" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe> <p><a href="http://vimeo.com/43889094">A good day.</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/cwbboardco">CWB Board Co.</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

gnarslayer 07-06-2012 1:48 PM

iv been pumping like that since i started riding in 04, but i probably didnt know that it was visible from the boat till about two years ago when my friend called me out on it. i used to get embarrassed about it cause some of the people i ride with thought it was funny, but now i use it to my advantage. i used to skate alot around 02 and 03 and our local skatepark (the shred shed) had a small downward transition before every ramp, so im pretty sure thats where i got it from. its alot more noticeable when i ride behind a big wake vs when i used to ride behind my direct drive supra cause i dont have to charge as hard to get good pop. i basically use this pumping to speed up or slow down before i hit the wake so i dont case or land in the trough, but most of the time i use it when im coming in slow to get that extra pop to get me up and over the wakes.

scbrips 07-06-2012 2:07 PM

Heel 7, toe 7, Moby 5, Hooch to blind, Big Wurm... Ripping!

jarrod 07-09-2012 2:00 PM

every video I see shows you riding better and better. Nice work


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