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Old 08-05-2011   #1
 
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Double pump tips?

Any double pump tips?

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Maybe you should ask her...
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Kiana says to always use proper form when double pumping

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I meant a double pump for bow initiation, you know, to start a cartwheel or bow stall. It's a trick you can do in a playboat.
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Nah, this trick is way cooler...


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Now THAT more along the lines of the double pump. Nicely done illustration of proper technique.
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Nah, this trick is way cooler...

My brother showed me that a couple months ago. I've watched it twice daily since.

Let me know if you hear anything about the dp or how you go about Initiating something like that.
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I've been working on that my self. I can raise the bow and dig it in the water but the boat falls on me. I'm not keeping the weight over the boat. I'm so close too. do u put weight on ur feet. would happy feet help?
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You will notice that her head always moves in the direction she wants her body to move in first. That is the first golden rule of play boating. Your head always looks in the direction you what the boat to go.
You will also notice she uses her abs to pump her hips. The torque to get your bow down comes from your abs.
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Commit to flipping over and then worry about cleaning up your style. Where are you having trouble? Practice just going back and forth Getting more and more vertical.
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