Slyde wrote:Can you do a video of how to do a foiling 360 (not a jump but in the water), and I have seen videos where it seems the rider does a tack but then rides off toeside. I dont know what this is called but it looks cool and I cant get my head around it. Can you video and explain that move?
Heimo wrote:For me as foil-beginner it would be interesting to see better the exact position in the Kite at each of Your movements in the Vid. You tell us how the kite has to stand, but i would like to see more totals from a farer view in comparisation to the nearer shots.
Thank You for Your great work - at this place!
Also i would be interested more in Vids using flysurferkites or equals as You did some years ago becaus i have no other big kites and they seem to be different to handle at foiling - i mean the exact timing of the kiteposition seems to be different to the inflatables or am i wrong here?
Also i would be interested in a strapless start in marginal wind cond. Now i use a front-strap but i didnt have the eggs to try complete strapless so far..
Also interesting for me - comparisations in behavour between Your new magma-foil and the old one i ride.. How to do things here and there This is not to talk about ranking brands. Just for hig-low aspect foiling-differences...
edited later: the totals are enogh when seeing it over and over again! Good work!
Arcsrule wrote:Gunnar, all of your vids are great. You have the voice for it and you explain this well. You did one on body dragging, but was it realistic? It looked easy enough but did not work for me. I'm on the Atlantic east coast, florida and my wind is always directly on shore with current same direction as wind. I tried to body drag using my MAKO KING last week in light air. I did not gain any depth at all, actually worse. I was advised that FOILS don't work at all in our area because of this. Should I abandon my quest for a foilboard or are others able to overcome this?
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