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JOEL HOWLEY + Your Next 6 Buoys | FPM Podcast #4

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On Today's Episode, its a BOS episode...where Rob and Marcus take a few questions from @BallOfSpray  forum.  //  WE APOLOGIZE in advance, as one of our microphones died in the middle (5:20 mark) so hopefully the degraded sound doesn't cause too much of an issue for everyone out there.

1. What's the thing that's holding you back from the next 6 buoys?

2. What's the special thing that Joel Howley does? See the Show Notes below, and please subscribe and share if you like what you hear!

1:00 - Rob: POSITION is holding me back from more buoys!
2:30 - MB: More Dynamic Movement into wakes could help Rob manage outbound swing better
3:35 - MB: Most people lose Rope Load from centerline out...
4:05 - MB/Rob: What you do from Buoy to Centerline is the biggest potential gain for most skiers.
5:00 - MB: The more you squat on the ski, the more your weight goes back and the less efficient and powerful you can be.
5:20 - // AUDIO ISSUES, Sorry! //
5:40 - What's the one special thing that @shortlineslalom (Joel Howley) does?
Thanks for listening! Remember to shoot us comments with feedback on what you wanna hear us talk about in future episodes!

This podcast is Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify! - Search "FPM Podcast"

Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7hPWjzP...

Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0...

Thanks to John Horton at https://ballofspray.com for curating and maintaining a killer site for all things competitive water skiing!


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