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Old 21st November 2009, 12:24 AM   #4
agrelon
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Originally Posted by mario.milhazes View Post
Hi

I used to catapult when getting my back foot in the footstrap. I used to get in harness lines, then starting planning and get the front foot in the straps and then move back and get the back foot straps, but a lot of times with the gust or chop water i would miss the back strap and then catapult.

I solved this problem by doing the following:

1 - Get in Harness line
2 - Getting planing
3 - Get in front foot strap
4 - Out of harness line
5 - Get in back footstrap
6 - Get in harness line again

This avoids me a lot of catapults now.....thank God.... :
Definitely being slow to get in the backstrap will often result in catapults. Now that I'm getting in the back strap pretty much without a problem it has saved me, as I explained earlier, many times.
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