I'm on a similar situation as you are. Moved backwards the rear hook last week. The main difference noticed is that my crashes are harder.TomW wrote: ↑Mon Apr 17, 2017 9:56 pmI'm still working on getting in the milage. So far only 1hr a week. 10 sessions since September last year. I've gone back and forth between 3strap high volume board and stayed on 2 straps low volume. moved back strap backwards last 2 sessions because I'm having a lot of rear foot pressure while flying, can get squirrelly when front foot is too light.
Seen a lot of videos and many guys have rear leg straight, front leg in a sort of lunge stans, let's them change CoG by just bending front knee. Front foot is pointing forward somewhat.
So I moved my rear foothook to just behind the strut plate.
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