WAKEBOARD TOESIDE JUMP

WAKEBOARD TOESIDE JUMP



you first and foremost body position as the rope editors your body through your orbs it is what to pull the top half of your body over this is why it is very important to keep your handle down at it then when you bend your knees this brings a handle of the board closer together making two equal parts the upper half and lower half pulled equally this is correct body position make sure your body is corrected for body facing forwards bend your elbows keep your hair too low the more down at it it is the better it's going to be keep your hips facing forwards bend your knees and then stay centered over the board keep your body straight focus on really turning the board do not lead side to side body position once you get it then you're ready to do the toast our job at first thing is to do the jumps with a long line like make sure it's long enough that you only land it in the center of the way then when you go to two weeks you have to put the line definitely short enough so you can easily clear the two lakes shortening the Ludd fold it in half go around underneath it over top what happens here do you pull it tightens itself when you want to do it comes off very easy you short the Ludd also to go slow the slower you go the more couplets building you will be I suggest you shorten the load so you can't go slower you bend your knees to apply pressure to your toes then you push your knees towards the water to apply pressure to the edge so you push your knees towards the water and that's what gives it more roll onto its edge so that's what helps you to edge the board through the top of the wings you push or bend your knees a little bit more towards the water you get more edge you turn angle towards the wake either you keep turning angle all the way through the top of the week and that's where the word progressive turd comes into play progressively turn your board all the way through the top of the way that your job doesn't end when you get to the bottom of the week's your job Edd's you go off it into the air then you can't in you that say bagel until you learn would letting you want to keep your head or closer down to there just a save as you use for your takeoff do you lead absorb and you're riding away then you could release your your head a little bit and then once they get their confidence in getting over the wakes then you bring it back either half which is two now feet because most takeoff loops are five feet if your light only goes 55 feet you might eat it forty feet for the first couple times on the toe side make the way to a choke then bring it out in like three foot increments or five foot if you're bold enough but the thing is if you crash a few times short it back up now if you use good food going out then you bend your knees you squeeze the handle back down it'd make sure the head was always doubted it just before you go to cut then you turn the board back it you should not have to change anything of your body position you physically keep the head of tight just continue turning angle all the way through the top of the wakes and you will jump to go bigger keeping the handle closer turn the board more aggressive really focus on the ollie ed pushing of your leg joke if you ollie a push with your jobs that's where you get the highest job and that's where you go the biggest but you got to keep your handle bar under control the harder you edge the harder the rope is going to pull away from you so if you want to go big you got to hold the handle closer and tighter more aggressive than you were for adorable jump the ultimate best is literally to turn the board really well have good hand of control the whole way through and ollie the board off the top of the wakes common problem is on the toe side tricking your body doctorly if you're leading over you hit the wakes and you fall forward so the next problem you'll have is you come in you don't turn it up angle you don't get it up speed your body's leading over then your body gets here and says I don't like that it jumps back the next you know you're on your heels if you start to you close to the wake your body naturally tries to help yourself to edge harder by leading trick your body dr. lead so if you start to you wide for the wakes your tur to gain a lot of speed but then when you get through your body has a feeling of go too fast so you start to relax or let off of the angle and flatten off which when you get there it usually means four people are going to end up other heels if you jump and lead with your handle out that you let you get a squirrely landing sometimes it pulls ahead on your head head or just pulls you over or you wobble really bad with your lid so definitely want to keep the head under control body facing forwards bend your elbows keep your head low keep your hips facing forwards bed your knees and then stay centered over the board keep your body straight focus on really turning the board do not lead side to side progressively turn your board all the way through the top of the way then you can't in you that say bagel until you learn wood lady you want to keep your head or closer do you lead absorb and you're riding way that you could really see your head a little bit correct for going out will lead to correct for going in eventually the habits will be made that that's all your body will ever know and that you're riding will become so much more smooth and consistent you

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