So, maybe I'm not qualified to answer because it sounds like we're at about the same skill level, but 'advanced' lessons shouldn't cost as much as introductory lessons--especially if you're using your own gear.kiteontario wrote:So this is directed at those of you who can do more than just jump high. If you can do back rolls, unhooked tricks and other fancy moves, did you learn on your own or take lessons?
I ask because with a busy schedule and wind that is blowing during the week while I'm working, it's touch and go to get out on the water. Some days "mowing the lawn" with the odd jump is all I need. But after a while I'm keen to move on.
It's hard to get in enough time on the water to practice something new when riding time is patchy. I wonder then if it's worth spending a few hundred bucks on lessons to have someone coach me as I crash and fail several times, but then finally figure out how to do some new trick(s), or struggle on my own over the course of several months ???
...why not? I've only just started playing about with transitions recently, been doing hooked/unhooked kiteloops for ages now.chilidip wrote:... Right, you dont try kiteloops, if you cant do an air transition
Me Also ; was taught to do a Kite-loop ---- Years ago, as a waysijandy wrote:...why not? I've only just started playing about with transitions recently, been doing hooked/unhooked kiteloops for ages now.chilidip wrote:... Right, you dont try kiteloops, if you cant do an air transition
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