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Old                07-11-2004, 11:23 AM Reply   
Dear all, one full week now that I try to pass a scare crow but no luck I cannot feel the pop at all, hoping you could help me.
I can land without trouble toeside backroll, when I practice my toeside wake to wake jump I feel reall good and in air, but when I start to setup my toesdie edge for a scarecrow attemp thats an other story. I ha ve read manny post on that trick I even get a video. In my mind the trick should not be so dificult but I really cannot feel the pop.

here is how I do. I go away from the bota on my heelside and the start edgin toeside in the direction of the wake, then I edge harder while approching the wake by placing the handle close to my front hip. When i nearly reach he wake I realease a bit my edging and try to pull the nose of my board align to the boat path while extended my lengs at the same time in order to get that famouse pop. But all the time I am to low to start anything....
When I edge in the direction to the wake my weight is a bit on my left foot in order to reach speed and after I place my weight equal on both

What I is missing here or why am I doing wrong guys. I know its not easy to get an answer but that all I have as I could not start any rotation yet cause I really feel low.

Is there a way to practice just the first pahse of that trick I mean feeling the pop..

thanks for wyour help
Serge (france)


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