Live2ski Posted April 15, 2012 Share Posted April 15, 2012 Hi, Like so many I have spent a great deal of time watching and reading the BoS forum from the side lines hoping to personally benefit from the years of experience and knowledge that everyone here seems to have - currently I'm working on 32/55 and happy with where it's going. (thank you all!) My additional challenge for this season is slightly different, but one again I am sure that Ballers will have experienced: I am looking to help my 12 year old son. He has one full season free skiing on mono and wants to get to the course. I have been focusing so far on position on the ski and general confidence with wake crossing (keeping it fun!). Everyone seems to agree that it is "perfect practice" that makes perfect rather than just time on the water. Is there any consensus on the staging of training to be a successful course skier? If there are no bad habits to break where would you start and how would you in an "ideal world" progress ? I really hope that those of you who have been through this successfully will be happy to share your experiences, so I don't blow it! Thanks, KAL Note: if this has already been covered elsewhere on the site then please point me in the right direction. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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