Parrish and Nowlan take Pro Titles. Dave Miller takes the Big Dawg.
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What is ramp angle and why should it concern you?... Ramp angle is the angle between your heel and forefoot which is determined by your ski boots and your bindings. It has a direct relationship to your fore / aft plane of balance. Increasing or decreasing this angle moves your center of mass forward or aft over the skis. Contrary to common belief changing the forward lean angle on your boot will not have the same effect, What is the correct degree? How does your equipment affect this angle? What are the symptoms of too little or too much ramp angle? If you are not aware of all the factors that affect fore and aft balance over your skis and how to change them, you are probably not at the optimum angle and not skiing to your potential. The following will help clarify all factors that affect ramp angle related to skiing and how to find the optimum angle for your own skiing.
After months of rigorous performance and durability testing, we are so confident in the superior quality of the RTM constructed Elite ski that we are offering a 2 year warranty against manufacturing defects. This covers any kind of breakage, delamination, or any other problems caused as a result of manufacturing defects. And of course, the extended warranty comes FREE with the purchase of a new Elite ski.
RTM constructed Elite skis have been proven to be up to 50% stronger in break tests than compression molded carbon fiber skis, as well as having a practically unlimited lifespan with proper care. This is a result of the consistency provided by RTM. Find out more about RTM and the Andy Mapple designed Elite at obrienelite.com. Contact your local O’Brien dealer today to inquire about taking a demo ride on the new Elite!
Grove, OK (June 1, 2009) - June 6-7, the INT League will host waterski, wakeboard, wake skate and kneeboard events in Oklahoma for the first time. Snider’s Camp on Grand Lake is the location of the first and second stop, this Saturday and Sunday.
ZACHARY, LA- Due to economic crisis, the MasterCraft Pro Waterski Tour has been canceled for 2009. But have no fear! Despite the industry situation, the LA Night Jam will be making a return to the Baton Rouge area on Saturday June 6. This event can be described as an extreme sports competition meets family festival. Set under a stadium lit lake, local vendors, musicians, athletes and fans gather for the most unique night out of the summer. There is something for everyone including: eats and drinks, shopping, amusements, children’s entertainment, a full bar… even a dog park! A broad spectrum of watersports will be included but only the best waterski jumpers in the world will qualify for their chance to compete in the LA Night Jam ﬁnals held under the lights.
We are very happy to see Dave Goode GOODE SKI TECH, announce a contingency program for competitors skiing Goode products. Please go to Goode web site for details. Dave Goode has supported the Big Dawg every year since the first Big Dawg in 2004. We are pleased to have Goode Ski Tech. involved with the 2009 Big Dawg.
I am a huge believer in video coaching so I contacted Seth Stisher and asked him to do a sample lesson for BallOfSpray. Below is what Seth had to say about my skiing.
Trust me, I will be thinking about Seth’s comments when I get to the lake tomorrow.
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