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Old     (steve_jones)      Join Date: Jun 2006       05-08-2008, 8:02 PM Reply   
I had a chance to watch most of this last week while I was limping from my first day of riding the cable.

I have to say that if you have ever been to a wakeboarding camp, you will really appreciate the way Shaun explains things in this set of 3 DVD's. And if you haven't been to camp, this will be the cheapest camp experience you'll ever get.

At first, it caught me off guard because it's not the typically, step 1, step 2 stuff you find on many instructionals. It's laid out (the Super Advanced DVD anyway) like Shaun is talking to you as if you were at his camp.

Instead of just explaining step by step, he really picks out many of the common hang-ups that people have on certain tricks, and focuses on those issues, in addition to explaining the trick as a whole.

I'm sure the expert's will chime in but my 2 cents is it will really help your riding and I'm glad he took 6 or 7 years to redo it right!! His humor and professionalism really shine in this video.

Now if someone will tell me what a malt o meal is, I can go to sleep!

 
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