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Old    John Brine (mnwakerider)      Join Date: Jun 2004       08-21-2006, 8:34 AM Reply   
Hey guys, So I have been trying to stick a tantrum for a while now. I've read lots of the other threads from others with their questions, but I think I have come up with something odd.
I rotate in an almost whirly manner but never actually rotate (spin) i just flip that way. any ideas on how to correct this. Here are some of my more recent attmpts.

Also if you have any suggestions on how to not come in so hard, I am landing really hard even when I spot the landing.

open to anything and everything...
thanks
jb
Old    John Brine (mnwakerider)      Join Date: Jun 2004       08-21-2006, 8:35 AM Reply   
here's the vid -

http://wakepics.com/view_single.php/tantrum-attemps_wakeboarding-photos.html?medid=19861
Old    Eubanks (eubanks01)      Join Date: Jun 2001       08-21-2006, 9:36 AM Reply   
Your approach and takeoff look great, but once you leave the wake you are throwing your lead arm in front of your face...similar to a whirly motion. Just keep your front bicep bent at 90 degrees and look straight back. You shouldn't need to throw your arms at all to aid your rotation. I hope this helps.

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