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Old    breaking my ankle            04-22-2002, 4:35 AM Reply   
hi, just wondering if anyone can help me. i have been trying heelside blind 180's for a while and have come close a few times and not so close other times (breaking my ankle). anyay, any tips would be greatly appreciated, thanks
Old    unless you want to land it blind            04-23-2002, 10:06 AM Reply   
Do a normal wake jump, but at the highest point, pull the handle to your lead hip. Then reach around with your back hand and grab the handle (unless you want to land it blind). This will keep you on axis. If you rotate too early or off the wake it will throw you wayyyy off axis. Good luck!
Old                04-23-2002, 11:00 AM Reply   
make the pass real late
Old                05-13-2002, 5:48 AM Reply   
I just landed one this weekend, Super Stoked!!!! I try and take this trick W2W for now. I ride goofy foot so coming in heelside I wait for the pop and spin backside, turning my head to look at the wake and landing. I try and reach for the handle about the last three quarters of the trick. I practiced this trick by doing ollie 180's to get the feel of landing blind and passing the handle. Good luck!!
Old                05-19-2002, 1:34 PM Reply   
Pop straight up off the wake. Grab the board indy. This will help you so you don't throw it to early, and it looks sooooo sick. Keep the handle in and pass it through the small of your back.


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