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    < http-equiv="Content-" content="text/; charset=utf-8">< name="ProgId" content="Word.">< name="Generator" content="Microsoft Word 11">< name="Originator" content="Microsoft Word 11"> Just to let you know that I will be holding a full on wave clinic this Sunday at Shoreham beach if you would like to attend please email me back, I will be coaching all wave tricks including loops. Hope to hear from you soon.
    ill probably get in trouble for this but hey every other coach seems to promote so

  2. #37

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    nice, i would like to attend!


  3. #38

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    < http-equiv="Content-" content="text/; charset=utf-8">< name="ProgId" content="Word.">< name="Generator" content="Microsoft Word 11">< name="Originator" content="Microsoft Word 11"> Just to let you know that I will be holding a full on wave clinic either this Friday or Sunday at Shoreham beach whichever day looks the best, from 10:30am for 4-5 hours and costs ....(email me)... each if you would like to attend please email me back, I will be coaching all wave tricks including loops. Hope to hear from you soon.

  4. #39

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    friday at 12
    sunday at 10:30 regardless of wind

  5. #40

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    I was out at highcliffe yesterday 4.1 and 78 maxed out. best efforts were early on in the session (not tired yet!) and from 3ft ish ramps

    like you've said, better off the wind a bit which was good to figure out.

    seen enough articles to know to wait until the top of the jump, but my jumping isnt very high (im a bit floppy and saggy over my kit, need to tense up a bit?) so largely I was under rotating, catching the nose in the water facing dead downwind and over the front.

    I did have a couple of efforts landing nose first standing over the board, but the rig dropped to windward with the clew catching - how do I stop this?

    I have also been pumping the sail at the top of the jump, while pulling the nose through the wind, dont know where/when this info came from but it seems to help make the sail feel lighter in the air - why?! and is this good or bad


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    My approach would be to pick a loop to copy and have someone video me to see what I was doing differently, and make corrections starting from the start of the jump forwards.

    This one looks good to copy.

    http://www.continentseven.de/windsurfmove1275.html




  7. #42

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    ummm all very well, but you couldnt copy this by just watching it could you

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RbxBUWWjAs or this for that matter

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxWPd7mCtYQ

    or this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSCcBVSz5AU






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