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Old     (canadian_waterboy)      Join Date: Apr 2008       03-19-2009, 7:42 PM Reply   
I'm trying to learn a toe 7, and I just want to make sure I'm doing it the RIGHT way. First off, is this the obvious progression after heel and toe 5's? Should I be trying backside heel 5's first? Second how should I be approaching this trick, last season I was trying them off the double up, but not having much experience riding double ups I was very inconsistent. (some times I was getting all the way around, and other times I was barely 4 inches off the water... torn MCL end of season) Lastly, what length of rope should I be trying this trick on? I usually ride 65 feet, but I'm thinking that a wider wake might give me more time in the air? Needless to say I'm completely lost on how to attack this trick. Some advice would be greatly appreciated.

 
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