This has been talked about before but I want to ask it from my perspective. I've pretty much have [email protected]
knocked out. As long as I'm rested and the wind isn't bad I'll make my first 6 passes while waiting on the ball. Where to next? 31? -22? Go between 15 and 22? One group I ski with wants me stay at [email protected]
until my fork is 100% perfect but I feel that's unrealistic, especially at that length. I'm sure Will and Nate would agree their form could improve to some extent at even -32.
A couple weeks ago I thought lets speed up to 31 which I was making but definitely fell into bad habits a bit... Mainly turning with back foot and wow what a work out.
Two nights ago I was knocking -15 out so easy I decided to cut to -22 but stay at 30. Hell I made the pass!! I did another 4 passes at -22, not making all 6, shadowed a few balls but I could feel the importance of form more so than at -15. I feel if I were to fall into bad habits it wouldn't do me any good as where I can hack my way at [email protected]
with my brute strength. At -22 I felt like I was getting a bit more free of the boat which seemed to make more sense of some of the instruction I've received.
So do I speed up or shorten the rope?