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i want to see the responses too. I am a high intermediate to advanced rider, but when it comes to explaining the physics of it and teaching someone new to ride, i just dont seem to make sense when i explain it. Its almost like i half ass say something and make some motions with my hands and expect them to get what im saying and do it the 2nd time down. Now wake boarding on the other hand, i have been wakeboarding maybe 5 or 6 times, so im certainly a beginner. But the dude who taught me was an amazing rider, and explained it so well i can teach anyone to wakeboard just by repeating basically what he said and noticing where people mess up on their first few pulls and correcting it.

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