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    The more you practice and ride, the better. Nothing beats gaining experience and getting more and more miles done

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    For me, riding switch involves lots of low speed training. Get up normal, keep the speed just enough to where you don't sink, bend your knees to release the fins, let go with your front hand and allow your back hand to bring the board around. Practice going back and forth on both sides of the wake from regular to switch cutting in and out. Watch videos and invite people out that are better than yourself. Lessons also go a long ways.
    2018 Supra SA400 aka The Ron Burgandy
    2011 Sea-Doo Wake 155
    2015 Mojo Surf, sold...2013 Axis A22 Recon Edition, sold...2010 Axis A22, sold...2007 Maxum 1800sr3, sold

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