Tell us about this totally safe, 30 knt. newb lesson !!
and maybe we'll get a fresh handle on the word ridiculous.
Then we wouldn't be so offended by you dissing every helpful kiter who hasn't paid you for a piece of paper.
these would be the same ridiculous fellows you now solicit.
Tell us exactly how just listening to you reforms a ridiculous fellow into savvy IKO professional.
sounds like horseshit.
Is it the ability to book newb lessons in 30 knts.? that makes you feel you can rebuke us for helping our friends???
Is that it??
You're anti friends, and pro 30 knt. lessons??
Yeah,,,fucking ridiculous,, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt..
I'd like to know how you can take all comers,, just talk your talk, then certify them as professional instructors.
Sounds like it's about the money first and last: a racket.
Let's hear it.
Darren Marshall IKO Examiner wrote:
Just back from OS and read this post of yours. Pretty disappointed by your comments really, especially since you have obviously no idea of the teaching method of the schools who do teach in 30 knots in Maui.
I have conducted a week long course in Maui and have seen innovative methods and techniques of teaching in 30 knots which are totally safe and are quite different to "normal" teaching methods.
To suggest that people just go out and have lessons from their friends is ridiculous, especially if their friends are self taught. Nothing like passing on bad habits.
Some schools are better than others, obviously as it comes down to the Instructor as to how he/she teaches and also the location of the lessons.
The more people who learn from good IKO trained instructors the better the sports chance for avoiding grief in the future thru reckless behaviour from the irresponsible and careless.
Steady winds to ALL,