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Light wind is the best time to trim your kite to see where it starts to back stall. Find the attachment knot the line on your wing tip where your kite always has power when the par is completely in. If you lose power when the bar is in, the steering
When is the last time you tightened the screws on your board? Give them a turn and it just might make your session better.
Often people want to learn in light wind. Light wind is actually more difficult for beginners for a number of reasons: your kite may not stay in the air, your kite may fly backwards, your kite will take too long to turn and so you'll oversteer and your k
To self land, remain waist deep in the water. Bring your kite down onto the water. Make sure you are a minimum of one line length away from any hazard. Let go of your bar and pull your trim loop quick release. Follow your safety line hand over hand tow
Someone on a hazard has the right of way. The beach is a hazard and someone launching has the priority to exit their hazard over someone who wants to land their kite.
Immediately after losing your board place your kite at 45* and body surf one handed upwind. (Bringing your kite to 12, keeping both hands on the bar and holding your body upright to look back for your board will just pull you downwind quickly, farther aw
You're having trouble with your turns. Often people use their and their bar to turn their body or board. The bar controls the kite and the kite moves out of position when you do this. Use your legs and turn your head to turn your board.
Everyone who got good crashed along the way. Set a goal to crash 10 times today and commit to learning something new.
To jump higher, something else to try, is to ride a board at least 5cm smaller than your every day board. You should be able to sink in deeper and edge harder against your kite just prior to take off.
You want to jump higher. Try putting 5 or 6cm fins on the heel-side of your board to help edge against your kite until the last second.
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