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Old     (lyle)      Join Date: May 2004       03-17-2009, 7:37 AM Reply   
Ive been trying riding now for a number of years. I have quite a few different inverts under my belt, but extremely embarrassed to say, just cant seem to get a spin to save my life. I just feel like I am going to get pulled over every time. So here is my question. With me being a bigger guy, and riding at a faster speed, I am thinking that possibly I am having too much line tension to properly make the pass. I dont think I ever properly make it to the small of my back with the handle. I was just curious if anyone had experienced anything like this before, and if so, any tips. My plan of attack, for today if I we get to ride, is to come in, to like 65 ft. Or whatever the shortest I can come in is. Slow the boat way down. And I supposed just try to successfully make a pass with a one wake jump. If I am successful with this, I am going to move on to w2w. If anyone has any advice, bring it. Thanks

 
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