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Directwind - Le forum du windsurf - rapport vent voile. EDIT : La formule de base ici :

Directwind - Le forum du windsurf - rapport vent voile

~ Funboard44 ~ Le site des windsurfers de Loire Atlantique - Technique. Le jargon du windsurf version Funboard44 Je me souviens quand j'ai débuté la planche, je me suis jeté sur les Planchemag et Wind Magazine et c'était un peu comme lire le Harrap's avec un peu de serbo-croate mélangé : je n'y comprenais pas grand chose !!!

~ Funboard44 ~ Le site des windsurfers de Loire Atlantique - Technique

"Alors pour partir en mer quand il y a pas mal de shore-break avec en plus un vent on-shore, tu montes sur ta planche et tu mets les footstraps et tu lofes dès que tu croises la vague qui te fera abattre etc... " Voici donc un petit dico à la sauce funboard44, c'est à dire adapté à nos spécificités et coutumes locales :) ! Technique, manœuvres, allures ... Retour Matos, technos... Directwind - Le forum du windsurf - rapport vent voile. How To - Page 3 of 7 - Boards Windsurfing.

Www.guycribb.com/userfiles/documents/The Truth About Harness Lines.pdf. Carve gybe windsurfing technique article. Improve the carve gybe. Foundation The gybe draws strongly and is built from having an efficient and fast blasting stance.

Carve gybe windsurfing technique article. Improve the carve gybe

Setting up for the gybe can be practiced whilst on a reach and continuing on that direction. The footwork and rig transition draw upon the skills learnt in the light wind gybe. Proficiency in clew first sailing will pay huge dividends in your gibing success rate. Lastly, the better your ability in getting planning the more smooth the transition from moving gybe to planing gybe. Gybing Tip - #1 from Jem Hall on Vimeo. Gybing Tip #2 from Jem Hall on Vimeo. Exercices pour les abdominaux - Le Temple de la Forme. 10 steps to gybing.

10 steps to gybe - step 2 the non planing gybe. Lightwind, non-planing jibes (gybes) First example (on a big, wide board) This clip of Kerstin Reiger from continentseven illustrates the key points.

Lightwind, non-planing jibes (gybes)

The very first thing she does is move her back hand down the boom. This is really important and easy to miss so make sure you catch it. Why does moving her back hand further back matter? Shifting the hands back is tantamount to shifting the sail forward, which as we know makes the board turn downwind. Next she makes a (sudden) move to get out of the footstraps. Once she is sailing downwind ("running") she switches her feet.

Again, pay attention to the feet. How to Windsurf - Pumping - How To Windsurf 101. Pumping in windsurfing is a technique that is not really talked about much.

How to Windsurf - Pumping - How To Windsurf 101

Many people do it intuitively, others can't seem to get the hang of it, and the rest have no idea how to explain it properly. I was only made aware of this recently and noticed that even in the vastness of the internet there is not much information on pumping. So here goes: I like to break pumping down into four types as the techniques varies on the wind available to us and the purpose of pumping. In my post on how to get back if the wind drops, I describe how to move the sail in a way that pushes the mass of air to the stern, thereby pushing the board forwards. Now we get into a different type of pumping. TECHNIQUE III. Rarely have I sailed a venue where the wind is truly steady.

TECHNIQUE III

The majority of my experiences wind is a fluctuating force. Which is why it’s really important to learn to flow with the gust and lulls and use your harness and weight correctly to dance in rhythm with the conditions rather then join the windsurfing rodeo show. Similar to horseback riding if you’re not in sync you’ll get bounced all about with a potential of an unseemly dismount. The key to perfect rhythm is anticipating what the wind is going to do. Tréompan - Spots Kitesurf et Wind - France. 3s Tabou Ltd Windsurf 2015 - Vague et Vent Shop. Epikoo - Kiteboarding, Windsurfing, SUP. JP Australia’s windsurfing board lineup for 2009 is quite impressive.

Epikoo - Kiteboarding, Windsurfing, SUP

A large variety of models covers all styles and skill levels and offers the perfect mix of... The 2008 Super Sport went through a long process of research and development along extensive tests to assure optimal performance for advanced and pro riders. The board... The Mistral Screamer has been around for over two decades. It has proven itself as a super reliable and performance driven board and had plenty of success around the... The 2010 Mistral Energy is designed to take freeride to whole new levels. Planches - Résultat de recherche. Windsurfing - JP All Ride Pro 96 - Windsport Magazine. Mar 4, 2011 V: 96 L: 237 W: 60.5The All Ride is JP’s new line that takes over where the resized X-Cite Ride line ends, and is designed to make sailing smaller boards easier.

Windsurfing - JP All Ride Pro 96 - Windsport Magazine

Not only is the All Ride 96 at least nine litres bigger than any other test board, it’s also the only board designed for flatwater. With its incredibly light Pro construction, it’s no surprise that the All Ride was, by far, the quickest to plane. In a straight line, we were pleasantly surprised by the speed. It could easily give a slalom board a run for its money when set up with outboard straps. L'Oc Surf - Boards Neuves. SwellAddiction, le blog ! OVERVIEW_2012_Windsurf.pdf. Complete 2013 Freewave Test - Boards Windsurfing. Equipment Testing. We have all heard the expression ‘jack of all trades and master of none’.

Equipment Testing

But what you must bear in mind is that when the wind is lighter and you are on say a 120 litre board, the conditions are generally flat, so it’s worth having a dedicated board for these conditions. Conversely, when it’s windy, say 80 litre weather, usually the sea state is rough and it’s worth having a dedicated wave board for these conditions. However the interesting thing with 85-100 litre weather is that the sea state can be anything from completely flat, through extremely chop right up to full down the line riding conditions. And that’s why we need a ‘jack of all’ trades in our quiver. Most of our Clones haven’t ridden freewaves for a few years, having been drawn away by the larger dedicated wave boards, but they were all very much in agreement that these boards, without a doubt, offer the most fun possible in the conditions we normally encounter in 85-100 litre weather.

SwellAddiction, le blog ! Afficher le sujet - Liste des shops sur le net.