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Jem Hall

Absorb the bumps, go fast, and then boost some big jumps.
To boost better chop hops, go back to the fundamentals of getting over the board before you pop and then send the nose up in the air by pushing down on the back leg and pulling up on the front arm. Once in flight remember to bring your front arm in, extend your front leg to get the nose off the wind (both more than I am here), and lastly bring your back heel into your bum.
JEM HALL: COACHING CLINIC TOBAGO
Learn the duck gybe in light winds and then use this to learn / improve the duck gybe in planing sessions.
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Efficient rig clearances leave you in a better position, with more energy to waterstart faster
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JEM HALL WINDSURFING CLINIC: PUNTA SAN CARLOS
If you roll and drive forward and can see the water ahead then you are on the front foot in your gybes. Photo by Eye Sea You.
Jem cruising in tune!
The throw back jump
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