Wakeboard Glossary/List Of Terms
— Rider hits the wake and fully extends his body, allowing his legs,
feet and board to rise above his head.
— When the rider begins his rotation by turning his back in the
direction he is traveling.
— Boat path that creates a huge wake for the rider to hit. The driver
turns out wide and then continues to turn until he hits the old wake
perpendicularly. A properly driven double-up resembles a "P."
— Describes the position of the rider when he is riding backward. For
example, a rider who normally rides with his right leg in front, would
ride the fakie position with his left leg in front. Also known as
switchstance or switch.
— When a rider executes a roll and lands fakie.
When the rider approaches the wake backside and performs a back flip.
A tantrum with a 360 degree spin.