Translation might help a bit.
What size kite were you using, and what was the wind at? You looked like you were pretty lit. My smallest kite is a 12, and I was thinking of getting a session around 18 knots on smooth water and pulling the trigger and seeing if I live through it.
As far as I understand, if you throw the loop at the top of your jump, its less intense than if you pull it as you are leaving the water. I would think the tighter the loop, the less intense as well, so I would think that I would want to start out with tight loops thrown at the top of my arc, kinda like kiteloop training wheels.
What would you suggest to someone who is a competent jumper but has never (intentionally
) looped the kite in a jump?