You are still leaning back and "edging" the board-. You need to get your upper body in line with your hips and lead into the tack with you chest. Also try pointing your toes just before you move your feet.wavy navy wrote: ↑Mon Jul 29, 2019 11:19 amSee the pic. It shows how my tacks fail: I start by carving upwind, so the board must be kipped over like in the pic. When I want do do the footswitch, the board is still kipped over. I can step onto the upwind rail if the board, but that's not enough to kip it over back to horizontal, because it is too far kipped over. What am I doing wrong?
Thanks, this helped a lot today, even when tacking to toeside or at 360s.
360 for me
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