WOO CEO Leo Koenig drops the knowledge on the WOO 3.0
Everything you need to know about WOO 3.0
It’s official, WOO 3.0 is coming this Spring!
This is a kite event for the masses, come and have some fun!
Being able to perform a nice floaty transition key
Follow Coach Lewis Crathern as he walks you through all the key points of the backroll
Let’s look at how the Core GTS 4 helped him do it!
Welcome to The Weekly WOO, a new show about the people that make the kiteboarding and wakeboarding so rad!
Kiteworld chief tester Chris Bull explains the addiction he’s been through as he chased down his own personal 20 metre Woo height challenge this year, and reveals the performance freeride kites that have helped him get there.
EPISODE 6 // Kite position while airborne – We must become one with the kite while we are airborne and avoid any unnecessary movements. If you move the kite too severely you will sacrifice the nice floaty hang time and reduce the chance of a smooth landing.
EPISODE 5 // Takeoff – Now we’re at the exciting part, takeoff! All that energy you have built up through learning proper edging, body & bar position, and the timing for sending the kite leads up to the ever important pop off the water. Takeoff is often the most difficult part of jumping to get right as every part of the jump revolves around this moment.
EPISODE 4 // Body Position Approaching Take Off – Extremely essential and often an issue: Body Position Approaching Take Off. Join Lew as he walks you through some problem areas and how to get your body positioned properly.
EPISODE 3 // Bar Position Approaching Takeoff – Time to dial in your boosting some more with episode 3 from Coach Lewis Crathern! This episode focuses on bar position approaching takeoff – a very easy detail to overlook.