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Old 30th November 2006, 12:02 AM   #1
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Default TRAINING!!

Can you tell me how to get started on a move, like flaka or vulcan, what do you do? How do you train? Do you make really short lines to get as many attempts as possible? Do you keep going if you get hurt(like twist ur ankle)? Do you try moves in both directions?

What about training on land - cycling, jogging, lifting weights, doing push-ups...

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Old 1st December 2006, 11:59 PM   #2
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Aloha Lampi,
I watch other people doing the moves or maybe video then I try it. Don't keep trying the same thing over and over or you'll get frustrated. If I can't get it after several trys I go to something else and come back to it. I try to learn the moves in both directions but Starboard tack sailing here is the norm. I don't do any training. I just have fun and that makes me tired enough.
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Old 3rd December 2006, 08:24 PM   #3
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ok... whats starboard tack???? :|
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Old 5th December 2006, 01:17 AM   #4
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Starboard tack is when you are sailing with the wind comming over the right hand side of the board.

When we say we sail starboard tack it means we have the wind comming over the right hand side when we are going out.

For us to help more we need to know your weight and what boards and sails you are using at the moment. Also age will help as if you are young it is better not to get to tachnical.

When trainig there are so many ways to do it. You can try and learn just a specific maneuver or you can learn a simpler one first to build up to it.

Windsurfing is the best training for windsurfing but all balance sports help a lot. Skate boarding, Trick skiing, Freestyle snowboarding, BMX, anything where you can do rotations.
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