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In the first episode Protest team wakeboarder Sjors van de Kerkhof gives you a step-by-step guide how to make a perfect dock start.
So check this episode, collect your gear, head to the water, put on that smile and get there!
1/ Get ready to start
a. Sit backward (a little)
b. Put knee pit against the dock
c. Put front foot slightly in riding position
2/ As rope starts to pull
a. Shift board and hip forward
b. Keep weight on back foot
c. Keep handle close to your hip
3/ As soon as you are on the water
a. Put weight on both feet
b. Relax your arms
c. Look into riding direction
Check back on 11 July 2013 for a brand new tutorial of 'How To Wakeboard' explaining how to ride a corner on a wakeboard.
Wakeboarding is extremely fun and addictive. People around you will notice an everlasting big smile on your face. Your life will contain more pleasure and you will ask yourself why you waited so long before you gave it a try.
Continuing the heritage of helping people to get there, Protest adds a new discipline to their 'How To' Series. Following the successful 'How To Snowboard' and 'How To Surf' tutorials, this summer Protest team riders Sjors van de Kerkhof and Ricky Lukassen teach beginners the basic tips and tricks of wakeboarding.
Check out the other 'How To' Series
Protest How to Surf Tutorials:
Protest How To Snowboard Tutorials:
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