I am working on my consistency of running passes at 52 kph (32 mph) and believe that most of my issues are with the gate. I believe that I do not cut as hard to buoy 1 as I do for 3 and 5 and effectively ski a straights path to 1. Too much focus on the gate. When I do complete a pass at [email protected]
it all seems so effortless from the beginning. I would like a perspective on how far to pull out for [email protected]
and how late to leave the turn in. I use the boat gates (55') and gates as my timing reference. My current goal is the run [email protected]
on pass one, run [email protected]
on pass two and then whatever I get at [email protected]
every time I go out.
Youtube short-line videos has the skier along side the tow boat which is probably not needed for my current speed an line length. I am a little short sighted so lining up buoys further down the course is not an option.
Thanks in advance for your wisdom and assistance.