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Old     (deltahoosier)      Join Date: Jun 2002       06-26-2002, 2:58 PM Reply   
I need a little insight. I was out yesterday and I am finally got some pictures or me and I am leaning back horribly. I thought I was getting better transition to my front foot than I am. I have a problem of getting off balance leaning toward the tail and toward my tow edge someitmes and my arms get pulled away from me too much. I noticed that I am looking at the wake the whole time. On the approach and in the air. I tried to take a quick look at the wake on the approach and then kept looking at the shore on about three jumps and it felt like I just blasted off. Only thing is, it was a little un-nerving not seeing the water when I landed. Any good advice on head position and where to keep the eyes? I really want to get the board leveled out and get the straight up pop so I can start landing my spins. I think when I look down my line unloads on me and I never quite get the board to come horizontal after lift off. I notice when I jump on the trampoline I never look down and I can spin all day. Thanks for any insight.

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