In bomb flow episode... I don't know, maybe 4? The first pacific northwest episode, I noticed Kyle Hull going off a lot of big drops and slowly laying back as he rolled off the lip, then tucking once he was in the air. He said it gave him better control of the verticality of the boat. He still landed forward, though. I think part of landing tucked forward is that it gives you more buffer. When you hit, the water can peel you all the way back if it's necessary, whereas if you are already back, you're already at your limit and just get smashed against the rest cockpit rim. It is an interesting thing to ponder.
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