Lane "Dawg" Bowers has built a library of free barefoot ski school help that is guaranteed to be better than the paid lessons at any other ski school.
Winterhaven, FL (PRWEB) September 23, 2013
The Footer’s Edge has just announced the launch of their latest series of barefoot waterskiing videos that are now available immediately.
Think barefoot running is extreme? The barefoot boom has hit water sports. Try Barefoot Waterskiing, Wakeboarding, and Wakesurfing. Leading the movement is The Footer’s Edge, an online resource for equipment and instruction for barefooting enthusiasts.
Barefooters who want to be pushed to greatness find tips, tricks, motivation, and more at The Footer’s Edge website, http://www.thefootersedge.com. Their blog features professional tips on how to avoid injury and troubleshooting advice to landing tougher maneuvers. “Be the best bare footer on your lake!” Learn how by joining the online mailing list and receive a Barefooting Tips eBook.
Top of the line equipment is available through The Footer’s Edge. Find fat sacs, barefoot booms, wakeboard towers, bimini, wet suits, dry suits, padding, helmets, pylons, handles and ropes, and cages. Ready yet? Don’t forget training videos and attachable training aids. For visitors who want even more, The Footer’s Edge has free online support. Live chat with a representative for immediate answers to equipment questions and technical problems.
The Foot’s Edge is not just an online retailer. It is the center of a growing trend for barefoot water sports. Barefoot water sports require precise body mechanics and positive mental attitude. World Barefoot Water Skiing Champion and The Footer’s Edge president, Lane “Dawg” Bowers is the tough (sometimes merciless) coach behind the disciplined barefoot waterskiing movement. Lane Dawg dishes out inspirational advice before he demands precision and commitment from participants. Barefoot water sports are not for the faint of heart.
Lane "Dawg" Bowers has built a library of free barefoot ski school help that is guaranteed to be better than the paid lessons at any other ski school. Want a personal lesson? Lane "Dawg" Bowers personally teaches each and every student. Young and old, students come from around the world to learn how to become barefoot skiers. Many of Lane’s students go on to win National Championships, like Elaine Heller who competed in the Barefoot Water Ski National Championships and finished third in slalom, second in jumping and second overall behind barefooting great Rachel George-Normand.
Want to try barefoot waterskiing and barefoot wakeboarding? The first step is going to http://www.thefootersedge.com, and gear up at The Footer’s Edge.