It is important to wear safety gear when you are at learning stage. The safety gear helps to protect you while kite skating in open fields that are free from wind blocks and obstacles. It is essential to practice kite skating on bumpy terrain or at high speeds.
Place the skate in a position of forty five degrees on the ground that is from a straight downwind position. The kite skate wheels should be pointed straight at the kite. Once you are sure about the position, you can launch.
Important tip for beginners: At the first launch, the kite will climb will slide throughout the forceful side of the breeze window. If there are high winds, it is essential to call your friend and launch the kite. It is good to avoid being overwhelmed by sitting and then launching. When you launch the flight in seated position, it gives you balance against the control of the kite. You do not have to pull your balance to do in such manner. You slightly dip the kite through the power zone that will help you to lift in a standing position. It is there from that point you can start to skate away.
When you start to move forward, make sure to fly in the edges of the wind. You have to focus on skating exactly a line upside from the position of the kite. It can be about ten to the degree that helps to improve the kite’s power and also advancing speed. If you feel overpowered and start to slow, you have to shift the position of skate slightly downside towards the kite. When you are underpowered and feel your kite is going to sink, you have to slowly change the position of the kite upside against the kite.
You have to concentrate and find out how much is less and how much is more enough.
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