It’s about time that we shared the knowledge of how to learn the front loop transition. Some of you may have already mastered the air gybe in many of its various guises, and to add the front loop variant wil...
Jump variations and grabs are always welcome as they add something to the most fundamental of moves without, hopefully, the need to hammer your self too much in the process. It’s always a joy to see someone...
Here’s a beauty. Those of you who have been following our technique for some time will recall how we used to bang on about going for moves which the conditions allow (saves a lot of frustration), and how lea...
Continuing on from last issue’s popping off a wave, we thought you’ve probably had enough practice, have potentially evolved it into a decent flat water spring, and therefore need that certain je ne sais q...
Transitions may not be the coolest thing in competitions, but for most of us they are a decent opportunity to actually do something at the end of a run, which yielded no rewards. Whether it be slashing around...
A few pages later in this issue we will be covering the all-important wonder of stance. It’s all good and well discussing which hernia inducing, twister-mimicking positions you should be moulding yourselves...
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