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Introduction Wakeboarding is a type of water sport in which the rider is strapped onto a board that rides on top of the water while you are pulled behind a boat. This booklet is for beginning wakeboarder's who are first starting to wakeboard. Those with no previous water sport experience, such as knee boarding or water skiing, will have a difficult time mastering some of these techniques. Balance strength and patience are key elements when learning to wakeboard. The bindings may be a little uncomfortable and getting up
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Unformatted text preview: will take many tries, but don't give up. Once you get the hang of it, getting up will come easy. Just remember, practice makes perfect. Note: The techniques used in this booklet are not the only techniques used by beginning wakeboarders to learn to wakeboard. Warning: Wrapping the rope around any part of your body may cause loss of that body part Wakeboarding is also very hard on your joints and may cause joint injury 1...
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