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A Beginner's Guide to Ragdolling

Sorry to those who have seen this before, but I think its a pretty valid tutorial that everyone should pay attention to...

A Beginner’s Guide To Ragdolling (Tomahawking) | Onboard Magazine
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Legitimate question: Do those ragdoll/tomahawk bails hurt? I see them in videos, and obviously the dudes go back to try again, but since i hope not to be in that position myself...
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Legitimate question: Do those ragdoll/tomahawk bails hurt? I see them in videos, and obviously the dudes go back to try again, but since i hope not to be in that position myself...
Short answer: yes.

Long answer: yes, but less if it is soft fluffy pow.
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Sort of.. more dazed than hurt initially, then it will hit you at some point with soreness/pain in the next 48 hours.

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Lets just say they are not pleasant.


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steez points if you land on your board and ride out


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That's pure skill... Especially when you look around wondering what happened.
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There is nothing like it. The tranquil sound of deafening silence after your earphones get ripped from your ears. The astonishing disbelief that you are not seriously injured (sometimes). Its a lot like a car crash in the way its seems to happen so quickly and violently.

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love when this happens. then you look around and see if anyone saw, kind of like when you make a quick react ninja move to catch something.
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Haha. Totally pulled a 6 off a double black roller on hard pack last weekend. Totally knocked the wind out of me and I was def out for a second or two. I thought I broke a rib, but I think its cool now.

There was some added scorpion action I'm pretty sure. Could have been that tree I woke up next hitting my helmet too.

Damn...haven't had one of those in a while. Ouch.
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