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Old 07-29-2013, 11:41 AM
chrislandy chrislandy is offline
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You are reducing your edge as you get close to the wake then coming back more on edge when you get to the other side. If you suddenly add weight to your front foot you will effectively stall/brake as you are putting more surface in contact with the water. You've got some better cuts at about 1m into the vid. Try stringing them together so you can build up a rhythm rather than cutting then hanging off to the side then cutting back. It's also a confidence thing, the more progressive a cut and the longer you stay on edge the easier you'll cross the wakes but it takes some getting used to and practice, practice...
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