Wakeboarding Tricks

Wakeboarding Tricks

Some crazy wakeboarding tricks performed by many of those who love wakeboarding. Wakeboarding is an extreme and fun sport to learn these wakeboarding tricks! It is much easier to have someone who is experienced in wakeboarding to teach you these wakeboarding tricks.

The mega Lochlan Snowie – The man who came up with the idea of wakeboarding himself made up this move. The rider hits the wake, does a raley but with his back facing the water then moves back into a landing position and does a 180 tail grab before hitting the water.
Fashion Air – the rider curls the board behind towards the butt while keeping knees pointing down, arches back, and throws back hand up behind the head for a stylish vanity pose.
Air Raley – the rider hits the wake and allows their body to swing backwards, up overhead, parallel to the water. The rider then swings the board and his or her body down and lands on the other side of the wake.
911 – Backside tweaked out Raley.
Blind Judge – Heelside raley to backside 180.
Krypt – Heelside raley to frontside 180
Batwing – Toeside raley with Indy grab with the board perpendicular to the water as opposed to parallel.
Butter slide – a rider approaches the wake, “snaps” the board sideways so that they can slide on top of the wake.
Surface 360 – a rider spins the board 360 degrees while riding the surface of the water.
Tantrum – a rider approaches the wake heelside and back flips over the wake on an axis perpendicular to the direction of the board.
Tantrum to Revert – Tantrum to frontside 180.
Tantrum to blind – Tantrum to backside 180.
Whirlybird – Tantrum with a backside 360 (no handle pass).
Moby Dick – Tantrum with a backside 360 (handle pass).
Tweety Bird – Whirlybird without using wake for air.
Heelside Backroll – a rider approaches the wake heelside and flips (or rolls) over the wake on an axis parallel to the direction of the board, as if he/she were following it around like a continuous loop.
Heelside Roll to Revert(Malt-O-Meal) – Heelside backroll frontside 180.
Back mobe – Heelside backroll frontside 360.
Heelside Roll to Blind – Heelside backroll backside 180.
KGB – Heelside backroll backside 360
Toeside Backroll – a rider approaches the wake toeside and flips (or rolls) over the wake on an axis parallel to the direction of the board, as if he/she were following it around like a continuous loop.
Toeside Roll to Revert – Toeside backroll frontside 180.
Pete Rose – Toeside backroll frontside 360.
G-Spot – Toeside backroll backside 180.
Blind Pete – Toeside backroll backside 360.
Toeside Frontroll – a rider approaches the wake toeside and flips forward (or rolls) over the wake on an axis parallel to the direction of the board.
Tootsie Roll – Toeside front roll backside 180.
Dum-Dum – Toeside front roll backside 360.
Scarecrow – Toeside front roll with frontside 180.
Crow Mobe – Toeside Frontroll with a frontside 360 (Scarecrow with an extra 180).
Toeside Front Flip – a rider approaches the wake toeside and flips on an axis perpendicular to the direction of the boat.
Fruit Loop – Toeside front flip lucky club online casino backside 180.
Dev-glass – Butter slide one side of the wake and from that side jump all the way to the other side of the wake landing on a Butter slide.
Bel Air – Tantrum without using the wake for air.
Air Krypt – Toeside air raley with 180 degree turn, land opposite direction from take off.
Hoochie Glide – Air Raley with melon grab.
OHH – (Other Hand Hoochie) Hoochie glide, but with your backhand instead of your front hand.
Basket flip – Double Beer flip.
Osmosis 540 – Frontside 540 where instead of passing the handle behind the back, the rider pops the handle and catches it again upon the end of the rotation.
S-bend – Heelside raley with hands overhead spinng a backside 360 horizontally.
S-Bend to Blind – Heeliside raley with handside overhead spinning a backside 360 horizontally finishing with a quick 180 with one hand behind your back
S-Bend 720 – Heelside Raley with hands overhead spinning 2 quick backside 360 horizontally landing in triumph. Chris Nolan was the first person ever to land this trick.[4]
Boardslide – a rider approaches an obstacle and slides the board—perpendicular with the obstacle—along the obstacle,with the obstacle in between the rider’s feet.
Half-cab – Switch stance fronside 180.

Wakeboarding Grabs

Try out some wakeboarding grabs!

1 2 (one two not twelve)- Your front hand grabs the heel edge behind your back foot.
A B- Your rear hand grabs the heel side of the board front for the front bindings.
Canadian bacon- Performed with the trailing hand passing through the legs from behind, and grabbing the toe edge between the feet.
Chicken salad- Performed with the leading hand passing through the legs from the front, and grabbing the heel edge between the feet.
Crail-The back hand grabs the toe edge in front of the front foot.
Indy – The back hand grabs the toe edge between the feet.
Japan- The rider bends their legs, lifting the board up so that the front hand can grab the heel side of the board.
Melon- The front hand grabs the heel edge between the feet.
Method- The front hand grabs the heel edge between the feet, Melon, then tweaks the board.
Mute- The front hand grabs the toe edge of the board between the feet.
Nosegrab- The front hand grabs the nose of the board.
Nuclear- The back hand grabs the nose of the board.
Roast beef- The back hand grabs through the legs to the heel edge between the feet.
Seatbelt- The front hand reaches across the body and grabs the toe edge behind the back binding.
Slob- The front hand grabs the toe edge in front for the front foot.
Stalefish- The back hand grabs the heel edge between the feet .
Tailfish- This is similar to the Tindy. The back hand grabs the heel edge between rear binding and tail.
Tailgrab- The back hand grabs the tail of the board.
Taipan air- The front hand reaches behind the front foot and grabs the toe edge between the bindings.
Tindy- The back hand grabs the toe edge behind the rear binding.
suicide grab- the back hand get through the handle and grab the toeside edge (indy)

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