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Monday 23 November 2020
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Mystery Move: Taking your boat and body under the water using the force of the water. Fun.

How? You need a pourover of some sorts.
Most people are afraid of hitting their head so they never
try this. Although it is possible and don’t say I didn’t
warn you, most of the time the green water pushes you far
enough downstream that you won’t hit your head, even
if you do powerflip.

1.
Paddle up the foampile with speed
like you are charging for an ender.

2.
Angle your boat at 30 to 45 degrees
to the oncoming water and let your bow get pushed under
like an ender.

3.
Just as your bow is under do a reverse
sweep to push your stern and the side of your boat into
the green water so you are now dead sideways to the oncoming
water.

4.
Drop your upstream edge the moment
you do the backsweep to allow the water to go on your
deck and force your boat under.

5.
Keep your downstream blade in the
water for balance and keep your weight over the boat.

6.
If you do it right you will feel a
ton of water pushing down on you and your deck and a moment
of silence and peace as you submerge.

7.
Keep your weight forward to avoid
doing the quick ender back out.

Oh yea, fun stuff, the “Anti-air
movement”

EJ

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