Go from shadowing the buoys to running the course.
What are some suggestions for a friend to get him from shadowing the buoys very well to running the course? If the buoys were in a foot or so he'd run it no problem (no Dr M jokes). And he is really really smooth at it. Want to avoid the chasing and progressively get him out there. All shadowing done 2 handed, 30mph, 15 off and LFF on a Senate C ( seems to be smoother here then full 75' rope). Have done some just getting certain buoys like 1 ball, shadow 2-3 and get 5 and 6. What's worked for you, or folks you've coached or heard from coaches. This goes back to @Than_Bogans
thread on perfecting (or close to it) before jumping foward where success is minimal.
>>> 11.25..a different kettle of fish. <<<
Not sure how to deal with a long link?