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Old     (wakersundoggin)      Join Date: Jul 2006       08-25-2006, 2:12 PM Reply   
Decided to start this thread for anyone like me trying to progress on their toeside.

I've read several posts in this category that discuss ts tricks but am simply looking for advice on how to improve my ts riding and jumping in general. Every time I leave the water on ts, (regular foot) I feel the boat pull and my shoulders want to square up and my hips want to face the boat and I end up catching my nose or spinning the board all the way out perpendicular to the boat and catch my toe edge. So to counterbalance this, I've been trying to land while edging on my toe edge but then I often get jerked over the heel edge which results in a nasty crash.

Are you supposed to land ts jumps on edge or flat? What can I do to progress to a w2w on toeside? Where should the handle be? hips? shoulders on a ts jump? Thanks in advance for any advice or pointers.

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