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haha nice, I guess OP should pay me for getting views on his video. Will you have the same attitude when he posts the same video again on the forum in a new thread? And no interaction at all?Matteo V wrote: ↑Thu Oct 25, 2018 12:25 amTauty,
I would not have taken the time to watch the vid until you posted your comment. So....kind of thanks for that.
It is a good vid for beginners and advanced kiters, but not intermediates. Intermediates will likely have just recently mastered these techniques, so they may feel that this vid is "just for beginners".
And yes, it is obviously a good vid for beginners. Its just a good explanation of what to look for in their mistakes and successes. Though I do not agree with every piece of advice in the vid.
Advanced kiters will like this vid for the basic explanation of things that we never think about anymore. I can remember back in the day when I was just learning to get upwind on the water. But it is so long ago that I have hard time explaining it to those on the beach asking me about that skill development. Watching this kind of thing helps me to more effectively communicate with beginners on the beach.
My guess is that the OP is a pretty good teacher and has the desire and initiative to make vids (frikin time vampire and not for me). So thanks to the OKkiter for posting this. If we get some snow up in Kansas (1 state north of him) this year, I hope we can meet up for some snowkiting.
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