For this issue, we get into some serious carving with a downwind 360. Just trying them is a great way to improve your gybing ability, board handling and feel that Dyno carving sensation.
Strap to strap gybing Over the last few Windwise Dyno features Simon Bornhoft has broken the step gybe down into achievable parts and ramped up your fast downwind set ups and tight survival upwind gybes. For this session, we’re going to expand your gybing range with a...
Simon Bornhoft looks at how to massively increase your gybing success rate when even just the thought of bearing away sends you and your kit into a total tail spin!
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Simon Bornhoft explains on how to take your gybing to the next level and give your Dyno that extra zip, grip and a real surge of scintillating speed through the corners.
If you’ve struggled to control over powered gybes, challenging chop, excessive board speed or you’re just wanting a faster exit, being able to overseheet your rig and carve harder is a massive part of your progression. So we’re going to help take you and the Dyno into the faster, tighter turns with added confidence and greater exit speed.
For this issue Simon Bornhoft continues the quest to give you the best possible gybes. So if you combine the Dyno’s super smooth easy turning qualities and the core Windwise skills that have enhanced thousands of gybers, you’re going to be cranking those corners!
Severne Team rider and coach, Simon Bornhoft, continues his Windwise quest to give you dry fast gybes and will help you get the most out of your Dyno too!
Make Your Moves Gybe Wise Part 1: It’s All In The Set UpSeverne Team rider and gybing coach, Simon Bornhoft continues his quest to improve your windsurfing. For this issue, we cut through all the beach banter with a key Windwise Skills Training Exercise to enhance...