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Old                10-08-2001, 10:52 AM Reply   
OK I can land heelside, toeside, switch 180s no problem....landing close to the 2nd wake....but don't have the "bustin it big wake to wake180" down ..... can land it about 1/2 of the time I try...... the rest I land on my back or head.....should I have my wake to wake180 down before I try landing blind 180?????Oh and I can do a surface blindside 180....just tryin to progress...wheres tha love????
Old                10-08-2001, 11:56 AM Reply   
I can land all my one wake 180's easily and consistantly. The only one I can do wake to wake is my normal heelside.

The key to getting that consistant for me was to concentrate on the jump first and the 180 second.
I make sure I get a good pop first, and then do the 180 almost as an afterthought. If I get a good jump, it seems like there is lot of time for the 180.

It's soooooo sweet when you land it on the downside of the second wake. You land so softly and just glide out into the flat.
Old                10-08-2001, 4:21 PM Reply   
word
the 180 as an afterthought is definitely what i did. but i think its more fun to land wayy out in the flats, especially on butta.

LIKE BUTTA!

peace,
Ittai

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