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Old                10-08-2003, 6:43 AM Reply   
I need a little help, I am fairly good at wakeboarding and am trying at the backroll but i need to get even more air then i can get i can easily clear the wake, any information would be great, or any other tricks you think i might like trying forward too please.
Old    utah rider (davidbouvier)      Join Date: Aug 2002       10-09-2003, 7:11 PM Reply   
on any trick remember slow, progressive edge. the leverage you create against the rope is what gets you up high. you can come screaming into the wake, but with out any tension on the rope you won't get any height. for w2w, use progressive edge. let off a hair just before the wake if you want to grab. keep both hands on the handle other wise. you need the tight rope. for backroll, progressive edge. no further cut than a w2w. you must make sure you don't let off your adge at all. ride all the way up the wake on edge in the tall position. at the top of the wake, pop with your legs like a wake jump. rock your shoulders look over your lead shoulder and hang on for the ride with both hands. no need to throw. let the wake do the work.
Old                10-16-2003, 4:48 AM Reply   
+ make sure that youre not letting the handle get away from your body.....this can make you spin slower......try to overrotate this trick and you will land on your tail perfectly

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