Are you ready for your first Raley or Backroll? Answer this 5 questions and check your knowledge. (please give us your email address at the end, so we can send you the result)
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Question 1 of 5
Which physical forces are important for your first raley or backroll on the cable?
Question 2 of 5
Which approach is better for your first Raley?
A short approach so I can dig in easier into the water surface.
A nice long approach, so I can generate more speed.
Question 3 of 5
Is it good to have the arms stretched when you release your first Raley?
Yes, because I will generate more power.
No, because I will have more control.
Question 4 of 5
Which leg gives the final and important impulse to release a Raley into the air?
The front leg, because I have to throw it backwards like I’d kick a soccer ball.
The back leg, because I stretched it down and it points up the nose of the board.
Question 5 of 5
You had some really bad Raley slams and you feel like you are blocked in your mind. What should you do next?
Give up wakeboarding and start playing curling.
Immediately try it again.
Practise more basic tricks before trying again.
Start to try it switch.
Buy the Raley in 10 Days online course and avoid more painful attempts.