"But now I can just get up in the morning, pick what beach I want to train on, put my gear in the back of the car, and after a few text messages you know you will have an amazing fleet of kiteboarders to go out there and sail with. Making it easy makes it fun," he added.
For Roose, the thrill of kiteboarding is primal: "Because you are using the wind and the water, every second and every day is different -- you have to adjust yourself to nature's elements. You can use these things to do anything you want -- jump high into the air, speed up or just cruise. For me kiteboarding is ultimate freedom."