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OTFs
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Curious what experienced jumpers feel is the most likely cause for an OTF? 
Giving to boat at the base?
Letting up/not pulling through the ramp
being too fwd(on toes) or pre kicking
dropping chest or chest crush on ramp (what causes this?) 
Corrective actions in technique to prevent OTF's?


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Pre Kick
Reply with quote  #2 
To me, giving up at the base causes you to loose your direction more than going OTF.

Standing up at the base or ore kicking can defiantly lead to some OTFs
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Left one out
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Bebee
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right ski
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leaving the right ski behind you into the base of the ramp is a sure way of organising a good crash
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@Left one out
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Have not seen or heard that name in a long time. A lot of confused looks from some readers I bet. ALMOST as legendary as a famous doctor.
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Easy
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#1 = Being too late
#2 = Being too early
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Lpskier
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Jumping.
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wildman
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lack of patience.
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jbs
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biggest cause for otfs is having an extremely large penis weighing you down, also increases cofecient of drag by 0.91
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Cent Fl
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Now someone tells me....omg...all the OTF's I've taken!
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JB
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So...if you come off on your heels........
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