How to Push Loop?

How to Push Loop?

Post by KM » Wed, 05 Jul 2000 04:00:00


Hi!  I've done a couple of back loops, but the push loop move looks like a lot
more fun and maybe even easier to do. If anyone out there has these wired and
would care to give me some pointers, especially as to the specific differences
in how the rig is handled, I would really appreciate it.
(kevin) MARK EBERHART - US KME1 (Naish 8'7" - Ezzy)
 K-M-E Graphics & Music -  Portland, Oregon
* Macintosh Computer Graphics Specialist (all media)
* Commercial Music Composition, Performance, Recording

 
 
 

How to Push Loop?

Post by ECavan60 » Wed, 05 Jul 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

>Hi!  I've done a couple of back loops, but the push loop move looks like a
>lot
>more fun and maybe even easier to do. If anyone out there has these

Hey Mark.

Still working on back loops myself, but here's a link to a brief tutorial:

http://SportToday.org/

You'll have to find it on the page.  I believe it's part of a section labeled
"Windsurfing News".  There should be a list of articles on events and some
technique tips.

It's an all around excellent web page, in particular the newsgroup forum.
Check it out.

Dave in C***te.

 
 
 

How to Push Loop?

Post by WARDO » Fri, 07 Jul 2000 04:00:00

I captured some killer push loops on video.....check out Nat Gill doing push loops
at Jalama 2000 on streaming or downloadable video to your hard drive:
http://surfingsports.com/action_jalama2000.asp?Clip_Jalama2000=8
Jesse Brown does some nice ones as well. I'm still getting backs wired......stuck
2 in a row and number 3 almost broke my ribs over-rotating.
WARDOG
http://www.surfingsports.com/
Quote:

> Hi!  I've done a couple of back loops, but the push loop move looks like a lot
> more fun and maybe even easier to do. If anyone out there has these wired and
> would care to give me some pointers, especially as to the specific differences
> in how the rig is handled, I would really appreciate it.
> (kevin) MARK EBERHART - US KME1 (Naish 8'7" - Ezzy)
>  K-M-E Graphics & Music -  Portland, Oregon
> * Macintosh Computer Graphics Specialist (all media)
> * Commercial Music Composition, Performance, Recording