The front blind mobe. The nemesis of pro kiters: Pastor and Jacobs both injured themselves on this trick, smashing shoulders and meniscuses. However, its a consistently big scorer on the PKRA and a dope looking trick due to its requirement of loads of power! Most riders are landing these whilst their head in still coming through the rotation. Its essentially a frontroll with a backside 360 pass but mobe-style, so its got to be inverted and an airpass to heelside. Get ready to catch lots of edges and get loads of praise because you are bad ass!
Ride in powered, unhook, kite at 45
Unleash a front roll but keep your center of gravity low, thus keeping the rotation fairly close to the water. This is achieved by immediately throwing yourself into the rotation as you leave the water. To compensate for the lack of height, this trick has to be nailed fast so be prepare to throw your head and shoulders hard and bend that front knee!
To get fully inverted you need to get your board and weight heading towards the bar. This is done by throwing your head backwards- sending you into a back-flip-esque front roll
Once you're upside down let go of your back hand and let your front hand wrap around your back. Try to keep the bar as close as possible
Hold onto the bar until your body becomes parallel with the water
Go for the pass and make it quick! Once its in your right hand, throw the bar forward to help bring your weight from back to front. See how in the 240p video the rider uses this to help being his body back ontop of the board.
Try to land downwind - difficult when learning. Get that free hand back on the bar as soon as possible. If you've got this far you are basically nailing it! Nice!