It is time to crash, and no it never stops! Either when you are starting your kitesurfing journey or in massive progression mode. Crashing will be part of this journey! And it never stops! How to cope with this? Just embrace it! and next to embracing also brace your body for impact. There
This is an essential trick for almost all the tricks you will learn in the future because this will form the basis of your trick. You have to load your board with pressure and release it at the right moment. This all to build momentum "body weight VS your kite"
https://youtu.be/cbNEm9NEjSM How to do a Railey kitesurfing Now you probably masterd all the basics in kiting and it is time to start the first real unhooked freestyle move. The railey is still a signature trick for all magazines and your way up the trick stairs. So lets start directly. Make sure you
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAYHX9s_WsQPrevious Trick Unhooked Frontroll Difficulty level of the trick: Next Trick S-bend to blind Before the S-bend before you try the S-bend there are a few skills you need and tricks you need to know. Powered frontrollRailey Also the basics of kitesurfing is necessary. Check it all out in the ultimate guide How to kite surf. How
How to make a powered Frontroll Lets start with what is the difference between a normal frontroll and a powered frontroll. The normal frontroll is activated by the steering motion of the kite upwards and then the head rotation over the back riding shoulder. Where the powered frontroll is initiated by the power
Backrol to toeside The backroll to toeside is a freestyle kitesurf trick that you can perform hooked in or unhooked. This page is for the hooked in version, it is pretty much the same as a powered Backroll with a 180 rotation at the end. Backroll to toeside video's https://youtu.be/RssPfW0rYRw https://youtu.be/Ch8Kuz2n3fs https://youtu.be/Bw60aVgmROA Kitesurf trick Level Style: