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Push and Pull Video

Postby kurtsk8 » Tuesday 2 October 2007, 20:30

hi, i take the videos Stoked and Lifted, selected the parts where is showed push and pull technique and put them together with the small video contained in the technique page on www.extremecarving.com

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63GZN-aKSOU
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Postby Alex » Tuesday 2 October 2007, 22:12

:bravo: :clap2: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap2: :clap2: :clap2:
GREAT.... you make a wonderful work BRAVISSIMO!!!
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Postby biont » Wednesday 3 October 2007, 6:43

excellent work! :clap:
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Postby Silber » Wednesday 3 October 2007, 10:25

BRAVO!!! :chinese:
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Re: Push and Pull Video

Postby voodoo » Wednesday 17 October 2007, 21:17

Nice nice :)
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Postby kurtsk8 » Monday 18 February 2008, 9:03

ASAP AZ will tell us where we can download a version of the collage "Push and Pull".

thanks AZ :chinese:

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Postby AZ » Monday 18 February 2008, 13:29

kurtsk8 wrote:ASAP AZ will tell us where we can download a version of the collage "Push and Pull".

thanks AZ :chinese:

:cool:

OK - done!
The movie (in .wmv format) (about 15 Mbytes) that kurtsk8 has assembled with the didactic parts for the push-pull technique can be found on the site that I use for sharing documents. here it is: http://www.4shared.com/file/38113173/df993340/push_and_pull_2.html
However, if you follow the link above, it will first download the entire movie in a window inside your browser. Only when that is completed, you get to see a button labeled "download" with which you can capture it locally. Of course, different browsers and different setting might make this somewhat different and perhaps you can download it directly, without waiting for the complete display of the movie.

Alternatively, I have parked the same file on the server at my university.
http://disi.unitn.it/~zorat/ec/
This is somewhat easier to use, as for most of you a click on the file name will simply offer you to save the file locally.
I will leave it there for some time - but eventually I might need to remove it.

Also: thanx to kurtsk8 for the good work on putting together a very useful film where the push-pull moves are clearly seen.

Ah: while I am at it: I will put on the university server the mirror images of those that I took from the extremecarver.com archives, with the 3 frames/sec sequence of pictures that Vahur Krouverk has assembled from the movie "Lifted". You might wonder why would one want a mirror image of a jpeg showing Patrice and Jaques doing a left/right carve.
Well, that is because bot P & J are "regulars", whereas I am "goofy" so I wanted to memorize their sequence of movements for us "goofies".
(I have printed both photos and I placed them in my corridor: I look at them every once in awhile, hoping that if they will leave an imprint in my brain that will allow me to execute exactly the same maneuvers).
[I finally (re)found the two pictures and their originals. I have uploaded them on the university server].

Ciao to all.

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collage

Postby Viviane » Monday 18 February 2008, 19:06

hi Kurtsk8,
fine work making the collage. I did see it now for the first time and placed it at my favorit-list.
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Postby kurtsk8 » Monday 18 February 2008, 19:10

thanks :chinese:

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Postby christian61 » Wednesday 20 February 2008, 19:34

Thanks to Kurtsk8 and AZ (and of course to the riders, Jacques and Patrice)!!!

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Postby starikashka » Sunday 2 March 2008, 19:34

Hi everyone, could anybody tell me what push-pulls gives to master linked laydown turns?
I watch both guys riding and it seems that Jaques do laydown turns which seems not really dependent on push-pull skills.
i`m learning
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