Thread: The Moves that Matter
13th February 2012, 12:51 PM #1
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- Jul 2004
The Moves that Matter
I am kicking off this thread to get some feedback on my new technique series:
I look forward to you following it, hearing your feedback on here and fielding your questions.
Lets take it to the top in '12 and enjoy the journey and the view on the way there : )www.jemhall.com
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13th February 2012, 01:57 PM #2
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14th February 2012, 11:47 AM #5
14th February 2012, 02:43 PM #6
Going a bit OT - Jem, have you looked into providing your 3 training dvd's as a paid for down load? I've tried copying my (paid for!) copies on to my iPad via the normal software that's out there, but have only been able to do it so that the whole dvd runs as a film - ie you can't search and play the specific chapters out of the set order.
Just thinking - the initial sales rush has probably slowed down - getting a cheaper down load version (cheaper as they wouldn't need to be manufactured on dvd) - could revitalise sales, so everyone benefits.
Just a thought.Hoping to sail every month of 2012 - Jan, Feb and March done
14th February 2012, 04:19 PM #7
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- Jan 2011
- Weston Super Mare
Jem - I'd like some insight into shuvits.. Every time I try one I carve hard upwind towards piece of chop, hit it, but then it just turns into an upwind jump? I dont understand how i get over the top of the sail? The same goes for top turns when backside wave riding - I just cant seem to get the sail laid back down the wave?
I get the feeling I need to oversheet the sail as i carve to depower it and then push hard with the front hand, but I cant seem to get the timing right? Any thoughts?