1. If you’re not willing to commit to the toeside raley, try just grabbing the board indy as you jump the wake, then inch your hips out farther each time. It’s a longer process, but it can be better than just laying out and taking some hard falls.
2. If you’re ready to suck it up and lay out, use the same technique as you would for a toeside back roll. Load across your body through your back arm and on the tail of the board. Let your hips drift out just as you would for the toeside back roll, but keep your head and shoulders facing the boat so you don’t flip. Push the handle hard back toward the wake and down to get your feet back underneath you.