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  2. 3 sets per day over 5 days.  (8 passes / set) Includes Coaching and Equipment.

    995.00 USD

  3. 2 sets over 5 days.  (8 passes / set) Includes Coaching and Equipment

    700.00 USD

  4. 3 sets over 3 days.  (8 passes / set) Includes Coaching and Equipment.

    575.00 USD

  5. 2 sets per day over 3 days. (8 passes / set) Includes Coaching and Equipment.

    365.00 USD

  6. 2 sets a day for 2 days.  (8 passes / set) Includes Coaching and Equipment.

    260.00 USD

  7. 3 Sets in a single day. (8 passes / set)  Includes Coaching and Equipment.

    195.00 USD

  8. 2 Sets in one day. (8 Passes / Set) Includes Coaching and Equipment.

    135.00 USD

  9. A Single Set.  (8 passes) With Coaching and Equipment included.

    75.00 USD

  10. 3 sets up and back, (6 passes) Pull only.  No coaching.

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  11. Molly Lee

    Lee Molly 120319

    Thank you, I'm working on all my hand fives, toe wake back to backs, toe 3 wrap in, and wake jumps for a flip.
  12. Molly Lee

    Lee Molly 120319

    Hi, I'm working on my toe five in tricks and can't make it around with out stopping at the back, do you have any tips? Hi Molly Great to hear from you. I assume you mean stopping at the back on the first 180 of the full 540 degrees of the toe five back? This is not a bad thing at this point in the season, as most tricker when learning this trick, struggle to stop at the back on the first 180 and just spin the first 360 degrees, which then causes the stop at the front before the last 180 of the trip into the reverse wrap back. If you are completing the full five into the reverse wrap? then beleive me it will come together nicely over the next few weeks. As the water warms up and you trick start to track better on the warmer water, you should fine it easier to control the turning and speed of you ski and elliminate the stop at the back. What other tricks are you working on??
  13. TheSkiSkool

    010619 Abdi Iran

    Hello Abdi It’s a pleasure to see you and spend time with you at I Ski in Dubai just like 8 years ago in Mexico
  14. TheSkiSkool

    010619 Jamal Junior

  15. Gustavo

    Last tournaments

    I had a grat time on the last 2 tournaments in Brazil. The first one was a regional championship in the lake I train, where I placed first with 2@11m, which is also my PB. Don't even have to say how happy I got :D The last championship was the 2nd stop of the brazilian nations. I placed 3rd with a result of 3@12m on the Open Men's category. The 2nd place ran 5@35off, so I hope I can beat him next time.
  16. Max Herendic

    Summer 2018

    Season started a little bit later this because I had to do some work for school. I felt the effect of not skiing for a long time. My skiing was all over the place and couldnt ski what i usually can. Jodi came to the rescue on his World coaching tour in Belgrade, Serbia. He pointed out the biggest mistakes and i was working on it for the rest of the summer. Jodis tips really helped and i got back into form after some time and did personal best of 2@12/58 at competiton in Hungary. Meanwhile, I got promoted to the Jodis Ski Team captain which is a great honor but a responsibility as well. I continue my training here in Europe for 2 more weeks. After that i have one more competiton in Hungary but i will keep you updated about that on my daily blogs.
  17. Jodi Fisher

    071118 Tim Peckett

    Yes Sir, once you have pulled out with good Alignment, to the width zone of 1.0m minimum 0.7, then you would allow your arms to reach slightly inward to attain the width but keep your belly button and chest facing outside the buoyline to keep the rope tight. I will I’ll look through the videos and get it loaded for you. Jodi
  18. Tim Peckett

    071118 Tim Peckett

    Hi Jodi, Just to clarify the width zone at 12 m, please let me know if I'm understanding this correctly. The width zone at 12m is 1.0m-0.7m. So if we have a buoy width of 11.5m, and a 12m rope, that gives us a maximum of 0.5m of width from the rope alone - but that is at 90 degrees to the boat, so in practice it will be a little less than 0.5m. So if we're looking to achieve a maximum 1m width outside the buoy line, then you are allowing at least another 0.5m of width from the skier's reach (arm length) to add to the 0.5m from the rope to give us 1m. Is this how it works? Thanks, Tim
  19. TheSkiSkool

    071518 Tancredi

    Hello Tancredi It was a pleasure to watch you ski yesterday. Here is what I see and what we worked on. 1. Stand on the left edge of the white water for at least 10 meters in length, before it is time for you to pullout to the left. Standing on the left edge will give you more consistency with you Gate width and balance in your glide! 2. Remember your width zones for each line length. 16m 3m-2.25m minimum (75cm zone) 14m 2m-1.5m minimum (50cm zone) 13m 1.5m-1.1m minimum (40cm zone) 12m 1.0m-0.7m minimum (30cm zone) 11m 0.5m-0.3m minimum (20cm zone) Do not keep waiting to turn for the gate in training, if you keep doing this you will be turning in from a different width with different speed and angle each time, this will never give you the same result! Force your self to get out to your width zones, match the speed of the boat in order to make the same turn over and over! Sure some times you will miss the gate, but this will force you to move the boat in train in order to not keep missing the gate! The mind set for training is different to a tournament! 3. Keep resetting your resting stance to Neutral! Neutral is not natural and we have to learn it and practice it when ever possible outside the course! This will bring accuracy to your turns and rhythm for each line length. Let me know if you have any questions. Jeff, our web master will he’ll you set up your free trial account to post your training videos on and then we can stay in contact as your train and improve! Jodi
  20. Jodi Fisher

    071118 Tim Peckett

    Hello Tim 1. Remember to stand on the left edge of the white water for at least 10 meters, before you need to start you Gate pullout. This will give you better balance and efficiency helping you to get to the width Zone for each line length. Here in 12 meter we need to be at 1.0m-0.7m minimum (30cm width zone) And start turning before you loose the speed that would cause you to start slowing down more than boat speed, sink and then start loosing the width zone. Keep resetting your Neutral alignment in order to keep efficiency and consistency of gate widths and speeds. Jodi
  21. TheSkiSkool

    061818 David Lincoln

    I am unsure of the exact training date. Here are the videos.
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    Getting a Ski Skool Membership

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    If you have not purchased a membership on TheSkiSkool.com you are not seeing all the site has to offer. More than half the site is reserved for members only. Follow the simple instructions in this two minute video and open a whole new water ski world!

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  23. Getting a Ski Skool Membership View File If you have not purchased a membership on TheSkiSkool.com you are not seeing all the site has to offer. More than half the site is reserved for members only. Follow the simple instructions in this two minute video and open a whole new water ski world! Submitter TheSkiSkool Submitted 06/19/18 Category Video tutorials  
  24. Molly Lee

    Lee Molly 31/01/18

    Hi Jodi Sorry i haven't posted in a while I just had end of year exams. At the competition I got 2 at 13 which was a pb and tricked 2250. Since then I have been working quite a lot on jump amd we went up to Hazelwood during half term to jump. This is a video of one of my jumps, do you have any tips on my landings?
  25. Molly Lee

    Lee Molly 31/01/18

    Hi Jodi, Have my first competition this weekend any last minute advice?
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