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  1. #22
    nice job harry - you need to speed up the rotation though (i think i suffer from this too...) a blog about looping

    UPDATED Feb 2016

  2. #23
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    Good sh*t Harry!!!! Bustin out the old school pole vault! Yeeeeehaaaaaaa.

    The big black carbon extension is being packed away...

  3. #24
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    Is this 'working from home' for windsurfing gurus Jem?

  4. #25
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    pop, throw, look back, pull in with back hand (well down the boom) ... how easy does he make this look ?!

  5. #26
    surf dud - just back from a week of coaching with john skye and for first time started landing them more consistently (though not everyday).

    sounds like you are doing what i used to. johns tip was as you go up the wave / chop bear off a fraction of a second before take off. so you start the loop as you are leaving the water and thus massively speed up the rotation. - it worked so well that i started over rotating and then john told me his snapped-8-boards-in-a-year story a blog about looping

    UPDATED Feb 2016

  6. #27
    Is it possible to forget how to jump in this whole learn to loop journey? I'm just wondering if my lack of decent airtime is the result of too many flatwater forward attempts or the general wind famine that has blighted us since Nov.
    Trying not to work too hard.

  7. #28
    errr no that will be down to lack of wind to get airborne and lack of wind to get on the water.

    sorry that won't work as an excuse to stop trying them.... a blog about looping

    UPDATED Feb 2016

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