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Re: Trick List

Postby Toby » Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:56 pm

dyyylan wrote:
Toby wrote:how many Tobys can you handle? :naughty:

1 is plenty :remybussi:

after you saw the DVD I will give you a second chance... ;-)

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Re: Trick List

Postby kitehappy » Sat Jan 12, 2013 1:59 pm

Worth having a look at Kristin Boese DVD called Kitesurfing. She's many times world champion. Explanations are brief but clear, she follows you through the basic steps, from poppin' to jumping, from hooked in rotation and loops to unhooking and eventually the first handle passes.

No doubt Progression is a great guide, especially for more advances tricks. Kristin as well might do a pretty good job driving you into the next level.

Ride safe, have fun!

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Re: Trick List

Postby kitewise » Sat Jan 12, 2013 2:31 pm

Go kite at a different beach.
pompano Beach has many talented kiters. You will learn a lot by kiting with them

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Re: Trick List

Postby Ecoastprock » Sun Jan 13, 2013 5:05 am

This is kind of off topic but... Can you do all the unhooked tricks on a strapped surfboard that you do on a TT?? Other than the tricks you land switch stance of course. For example, I only ride directionals but was trying to work S-bends because they looks AWESOME. Just curious...


Also any advise on landing a S-bend with a small strapped directional?

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