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Old                04-20-2004, 5:04 PM Reply   
I was wondering if anyone could hook me up with some adivce on how to approach a TS Raley. I was looking and couldn't find any guides out there. Other than a few videos I have, I don't hear much of them. Would like tips for boat and for a kicker at Cable Lake.
Also anything for a HS Raley at cable would be awesome too. Thanks!
Old                04-27-2004, 9:38 AM Reply   
I can't help much on the cable but have done them behind the boat. Take a nice hard cut just like you would for a heelside. Make sure you stand up straight as would on your heelside. The real trick is trying to square your shoulders as much as possible towards the boat. You gotta try and look towards the boat to keep yourself from rolling over the wrong way. As long as you focus on where you lead with your head and make sure you get the rope back to your hip you should be okay. I would say to start off you should keep the rope extension to a minimum, but make sure you can keep it to your back side. If you are rolling over on your back or doing a complete flip you aren't truning your shoulders toward the boat enough. hopefully this will help. they are aren't too difficult, you just have to try it a couple of times.

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