A couple of issues ago got kneeboard expert, Marc Gray to talk us through the very impressive Hoochie Glide, here it is.
Let’s recap Joel Wing’s recent slalom instruction – “Starting Wide at the Gates” – because in the new issue (due out later this month) Joel is back with the next step in making you a better skier.
In the current Waterski Magazine, we ran an article about stretching your lower limbs.
Our barefoot guru Pete O’Neill has learnt a thing or two over the years. In the current issue of Waterski Mag, he drops in to give up some of the secrets he’s learnt over the years.
Kneeboarding guru, Marc Gray, once wrote an article about how to find the perfect rope length and how to set up your boat for a good ride, this is what he had to say.
No, the name doesn’t sound too appealing, but the cheering and praise you will get after landing one of these would be well worth it! Marc Gray explains how to go about landing this trick, and also gives some tips on where you could be coming unstuck.
If you’re having trouble with your stability whilst making those turns, perhaps it is because your shoulders and as strong as they should be. Read this bit of exercise physiology from Volume 14 Issue 2, to find out a few ways to stable those shoulders and power through your turns.
Some big news on competitive waterskiing came through and it going to cause some radical effects. The competition waterskiing scene is really going to heat up.
One handed turns. Something that everyone wants to learn, but it is hard when you have no idea where to start. Read this article to make life that much easier when you are attempting these turns.
Learning to run the slalom course is a challenge most slalom skiers love to accept. Talk to anyone who runs the course – they always remember that first time they got to six ball. Read on … or grab the latest issue of Waterski Mag for the full instructional.