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02-19-2008, 04:48 PM
Do any of you have any suggestions for wakeboard lessons around the Tennessee/Georgia/Alabama area? I know there are a lot of them in Florida, but that is a little far. Most of my crew can do a few base inverts, and completely suck at toeside anything. I would like to ride with a professional coach to work the slop out of heelside and teach proper toeside tricks. Any info would be appreciated.

02-19-2008, 05:24 PM
Try the 5 DVD Box Set called "The Book" They are great vids~!

02-19-2008, 05:31 PM
Try the 5 DVD Box Set called "The Book" They are great vids~!

We have that, as well as a few by Shawn Murray and others. I would like to ride with someone with experience to help progress further.

02-19-2008, 06:59 PM
I know that Auburn, GA Tech, Kennesaw, and GA State all have large clubs with lots of skill. I would suggest contacting any of these clubs. If you want me to contact my club, ga state, or kennesaw pm me. Kennesaw is probably the best group, with several semi pro rides.

College riders will undoubtedly be greatful for free trips with gas paid for and our clubs always need extra cash infusion.

02-20-2008, 12:10 AM
Hey Jesse, if you can wait till Briscoe starts his tour he'll do "house calls" just try to talk to him and get scheduled b-4 he's booked up. He will do singles or groups, groups are better $ wise. He came to "our" lake with his humongous rig. motor home with 24' Supra big block in tow sporting a Harley on the back :shock: like 75' of mega fun ! He is very user friendly but will work your butt off ! He has taught many,many of the pros on tour and is a super guy and coach. 863-521-1076

02-20-2008, 12:13 PM
I'm sure Dave Brisco has a stop coming by somewhere near you. He's an excelent coach and can teach you anything you want to learn. I go every year for the past 4 years now when he stops in Michigan.

Taught me my first Toeside invert 4 years ago.

I dont think he has his tour dates posted this year, but check him out at www.thewakeboardcoach.com

03-18-2008, 09:23 PM
maybe to far, but at Springs Dock on Norris Lake are a couple of brothers who do lessons. I have had one lesson with Matt and sat in on another. He is very laid back and an excellent teacher. He had me doing things I didn't know I was capable of.

I have also had a 20 minute less with Russ Wilde. Recommend him as well.