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Kneeboarding Tricks?

bjhballer1415 asked:

im doin pretty good on my kneeboard so far but i need some tricks to learn. i cant think of any and there are none on the internet. please submit some with instructions on how to do them. PLEASE AND THANK YOU.

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Kneeboarding Question?

Madi.Gabriel n Julian new bros:) asked:

Should i try and get my 4 year old twin sisters up on a kneeboard???

And also what are some beginner tricks and stunts??

thanks =]

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Pain in my legs when in a kneeboarding position?

newguitarman asked:

WHy do my legs hurt when Im in a kneeboarding position? I havent been since last year and it didnt put any strain on my legs. It feels kinda tight from above my knee all the way to my ankles. Why does it hurt and how can i stretch to make it not hurt?

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How to Kneeboard

Alicia Stott asked:

Summer time is one of the best times to play sports. Many people like to go to the lake or the beach and go out in the water to play around. One of the best things to do in the water is to kneeboard. For those of you who don't know kneeboarding is almost like wake boarding, but on your knees. You kneel on a board, across the water, while holding a rope that's connected to the boat. The object is to stay up and try and do any types of tricks you can. I have been doing knee boarding since I was probably 12 or 13 and I have become pretty good at it as well. On my dad's boat I'm known as the kneeboarding "teacher." Every time someone new comes on the boat they say, "We brought you a new student today." That's what I'm going to do today is give you some tips on how to kneeboard.

• The first thing you need to do is put on a life jacket. When it comes to going out in the water, safety always comes first. Make sure the life jacket fits you well and is tight enough that you can't slip out of it. Also, be aware of the signals. The signals are: a little faster, a little slower, it's wavy (meaning there are big waves coming, be prepared) and stop (cut it).

• Second, is to grab the rope you are using to pull you along and find somewhere on the boat to tie it to. Normally you will tie it to one of the hooks on the back of the boat or one in the middle if there is one. Stick the rope through the middle of the hook then latch it on so it goes over the top and bottom of the hook.

• Third, jump in the water and once you get in, dunk your board under water so it gets wet. You want your board to be wet from the water so it's easier to get up on. Once your board is wet you are going to lie on it. Don't put your whole body on the board; make it so that half your body is on the board and the have your legs dangling. Hold the rope so your elbows are on the board, like you're going to lift a weight and do a curl.

• Fourth, when the boat starts to move you're going to feel a big pull. When it starts to pull you, take the rope and pull it back towards you and use your elbows to slide your knees up into the knee pockets. Your elbows are what are going to get you up. Use your forearms and elbows and slide your knees in. If you are a little bit stronger you can hold the rope with one hand and use your other hand to hold the board.

• Fifth, once you're kneeling on the board the next thing to do is to strap yourself in. On the board there is a strap so your knees won't come out when you're up, but you slide out when you fall. Strap yourself in as tightly as you need to.

• Sixth, make sure you keep holding onto that rope. The rope at points will pull away from you and you will feel like it's going to fall. When that happens, take both hands and pull it back towards you. When you do this it will give you some slack.

• Seventh, remember at all times to lean back. You don't want to lean to far back because you will be off balance and fall. But you also don't want to lean to far forward or you will do a nose dive. You want to lean just a little back. When the waves come, make sure you really lean back.

Kneeboarding can be a lot of fun once you learn to get up. It sometimes takes a few tries, but you will get it. Never give up. I always say, once you get up for the first time, you will get up every time. Go out and have fun with it. Once you master getting up try doing spins or some tricks. It's a lot of fun when you have another person going with you because then you can try and push each other off, splash each other and just have laughs about it. Go out and try knee boarding!

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Kneeboarding?

rands asked:

so i kind of taught myself to knee board. My mom was trying to explain to me how to do it, but she's never done it before. and the way she was explaining it to my aunt and uncle, they couldn't immagine anyone actually pulling themselves up on the board while it was moving. I did manage to pul myself up, and get the strap on and everything, but i got pretty beat up. bruises completely covering my knees and elbows, and some on my shins, and thumb. I was just wondering if this is really how the knee board was meant to be used, or if i just did it the hard way the last few times i've gotten up? I'll gladly take any pointers you have to give.

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How to get air on a kneeboard?

take it easy asked:

Do you need a raised rope? Plus I go kneeboarding on the beach so it's not the flattest water. I have no lakes around me since I live on Long Island. I have a Waverunner so I obviously can't use a raised rope.

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How to Kneeboard

Manuel Jackson asked:

Before we get started with the tricks, it's important to prevent injuries. Kneeboarding places a lot of stress on the knees, that's why injury prevention is a must. As a beginner I recommend you start with the thicker plastic boards instead of the thinner compression boards. Also don't forget to wear a live jacket, it might not look as cool as without, but it's hard to swim with a board strapped to your knees.

First you must learn a deepwater start of course. There are several ways to start, but let me show you the easiest one. Put the strap in a loose position in front of the kneeboard, then lie down on your belly on the kneeboard and grab the board with a palms-down grip. Then tell the driver to speed up slowly. While speeding up, slowly move into the padded knee wells and then move to the normal kneeling position. Then let go of the handle with one hand and pull the strap over your knees.

Congratulations, you just did your first deepwater start.

Now let us explore some of the easier tricks to learn. Even though they are beginner tricks, they look very cool.

The side slide is one of them, you grab the board the same way as in the deepwater start. Then rotate the board in the direction you wish, lean on the side and let go of the handle with one hand. This trick is very easy and you should get it after trying a few times.

Not exactly as easy as the previous trick, the front-to-front 360 is still one of the easier tricks to learn. You start by beginning to rotate your body, immediately let one hand go and reach around your back. Then you switch the handle from one hand to another. When you are close to finishing the turn, grab the handle with both hands again. When you land, move your weight slightly backwards, that helps keeping your balance.

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Knee Boarding Tips For Beginners – Deep Water Starts

Nicola Kennedy asked:

Being new to the sport of kneeboarding it's really hard to start off especially if you are a beginner. As an introduction to 'boat-towed' sport, a kneeboard is a great piece of equipment to practice with. The low center of gravity often makes it easier to get up on than a water ski or wakeboard, which both require standing up.

Here are two ways to do a deepwater kneeboard start, the belly start and the low buoyancy start.

The Belly Start

o The most common kneeboard start is the belly start or abdomen start. In performing this, you should put down your belly on the board with the strap laying forward and pointing towards the nose of the board.

o The nose of the board should be sticking out of the water. Place your one hand on the side of the board and the other hand grasping the rope and on holding the other side of the board.

o As the boat starts moving pull your knees ahead into the padded knee wells on the board. And as you do this, try not to bend forward, and keep your weight back.

o When you feel balanced, let go of the rope with your one hand, and with the other hand pull the strap up over your knees and tighten the strap to where it feels secure. Keep your arms extended and slightly bent.

The Low Buoyancy Start

o A low buoyancy kneeboard is one that is very thin, and while you are waiting in the water it will sink slightly into the water when you put your body weight to it. This allows you to go ahead to fasten yourself into the board before the boat pulls you up.

o It is easier if you adjust the strap to your preferred fit before you get into the water. This can be done on the swim platform or on a flat spot in the boat. You just simply get on the board and adjust the length to where it slides comfortably over you knees.

o After the strap is adjusted, jump in the water with the board. Apply weight to the board by pressing down with your elbows, and with your hands on the board in the same position as described in the belly start, pull your knees up on the board and below the strap.

o This start requires less effort when the boat is pulling you out of the water and also it requires a lot of balance before the boat starts moving. You need to balance yourself to keep the board from flipping over while you are strapped in it as you wait to be pulled out of the water. Balancing in the knee board can be best achieved by moving your arms back and forth in the water as if you were treading water.

o You should remain in that position; keep your balance with the nose of the board pointing slightly out of the water. As the boat starts moving bend back and you should pop out of the water with ease. This is the time to tighten the strap if needed. Keep your arms extended and slightly bent.

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Any tips or tricks for kneeboarding?

Jordan Elizabeth asked:

My cousin and i love to kneeboard and we have accomplished some tricks but we were wondering if anyone out there could give us some simple but challenging tricks. If anyone has some tricks please answer our question!!!!

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