Check out my nephew @weiland.baumgart going upside down for the first time. Dude even landed a tantrum ropeless his first day trying em. Second day he landed another ropeless one and rode it down into the water. Good job dude 🤙
If I could give any advice to younger wakeboarders it actually wouldn't even be about wakeboarding. It would be to focus on your education and get a really good paying career. Wakeboard boats are expensive and lake front property is even worse if you step up to that. Plan early and you can have a setup where you can wakeboard whenever you want!
I decided I wanted wakeboarding in my life when I was 15. Focused on getting good grades and into a good school with a good degree that would get me a good career. Take note of those 4 interdependent things. Grades ➡️School ➡️Degree ➡️Career. It may make sense to actually work backwards and research well paying careers, the degrees necessary to get them, schools well regarded in those degrees, and grades good enough to get into those schools (and then good enough grades to get placed in a career once in that school).
It took a while but I can wakeboard whenever I want now behind a pro level wake boat. If you want something bad enough and work hard enough for it, you can get it. Think ahead and work hard. The desire to wakeboard has fueled my "success". While others view success as money and accomplishments in your career, as long as I make enough to wakeboard, I will always view myself as successful.
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