for every on axis 360 you can practice the 360 on the surface going slow in the middle of wakes and actually moving across the back of the boat just like you would move across the back of the boat doing the wake to wake variation of the trick what this does is it actually prepares you for all the positions and all the poles of the handles and even the edges in and out of the trick when you do this trick on the surface you can really do the trick over and over again and engrave it into your muscle memory the most important part of the spectrum tree for this trick is a switch toe side backside 180 you don't have to be able to do this trick wake to wake but it's really important to practice it on the surface because that's the 180 that actually has the handle pass in the pole for the handle pass after you put the two 180s together you're ready to take it to the wake so make sure you take the jump up wait then pull the handle real hard to your back hit and then pass it and spin on the way down it will help to move the handle out towards the flats to stop your rotation and land back on your heels one good tip is to make sure the passengers in the boat can see the bottom of your board because if they can see the top of your board that means your hips are drifting out behind you so as you leave the wake you need to get into position where the board is closest to the boat and the passengers can actually see the bottom graphics of the board for most spins you're going to use a nollie edge and this is a slow drifting edge that keeps the line tension low so you can pull on it really hard if you're having problems passing the handle that probably means you're edging too hard or you're not pulling hard enough so make sure you yank hard on the handle and create slack so you can pass it freely while you're spinning before you hit the water again the rub should tighten up so you have control and you can edge out of the trick you also want to be in the seated position the seated position will decrease your leverage on the rope but it will set you up for a really hard push of the wake since your legs are bent and you're in the seated position another thing you can think about when doing this trick is as you leave the wake the tip of the board will be high and pointed up and then you'll pitch over and level out as you pitch over and level out this is when you want to pull and spin it's kind of a good timing device that you can use for yourself to make sure that you don't spin too early when people spin too early it usually throws the board out behind them and they go off axis when they come back around they usually catch their their toe side edge or the nose of the board on the water and they take a hard fall on the way around from the spin look down and try to spot the whitewash of the wake on the landing side when you spot the whitewash this is about the time when you want to move the handle out towards the flats to stop your rotation and anticipate your heel side edge when it comes to grabbing this trick the slob grab is probably the best grab to learn at first because what this will do is it will put your hand position in a position to give you leverage to help you pull the handle and the board around for the spin

Wakeboard Instructional – Frontside 360
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3 thoughts on “Wakeboard Instructional – Frontside 360

  • June 1, 2019 at 8:26 am
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    Your making it to complicated

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  • June 1, 2019 at 8:26 am
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    im almost done with this one

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  • June 1, 2019 at 8:26 am
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    why is the water so gross?

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