Any tips on pulling off multiple axels?
I'm completing single axels nicely now, thanks to some help but my rotations are too slow to bring my 1.5 B around for multiple rotations with just the one big pull.
The trick for multiple axels is getting the right output from the first axel. You want the kite to come out in the same position as it went in. Ideally, when you come out of the first axel, you want to be in a samurai slide. The kite will not fully power back up between the axels, but you will make it glide for just a moment before hitting each one. If you are ambidextrous, you can even try switching the direction between axels. I can pull it off every now and again, but my left-hand axels just aren't as strong or reliable.
So, to recap, I think the key to getting multiple axels is being able to come out of the axel where you want. Practice hitting axels so you can come out facing, left, right, up or down on command. This just comes from slight differences in how hard you are hitting the axel, and how much slack you give it. This is something that takes a lot of practice. Once you are able to come out of the axel just how you want, you can mediately set up for the next axel.