I guess you have not yet ran aground or hit an object in the water at speed. You will definitely fly forward with the kite in the direction you were going, and the submerged foil will definitely resist you from doing so. Sometimes you will be rotated. It depends on where the kite is in relation to your point of sail. I hope both your feet always come out easily and simultaneouslyDon Lester wrote:You can prevent injuries even if you fall with BOTH feet connected to the board. You won't rotate, the board will stay a comfortable distance away from you.
True but ankles and knees are typically very weak in twisting (torque).Don Lester wrote: Two legs are way stronger than one at withstanding load.
I would never. Snowboard bindings were not designed to release your foot and there is no hydrofoil under the board.Don Lester wrote: I mean can you imagine suggesting to a snowboarder to ride with just your front foot in the binding ?
Funny though that this is the first thing they teach you in a lesson as it is a required skill for using a chairlift
Single front strap will always have risk, but for learning I still recommend it over 2 if you refuse strapless or dont have a foot hook.