The easiest way to get yourself wrapped is to cut out away from the boat where you are free from the line tension. When you come off your edge you will begin to glide because for a few seconds you will be traveling faster than the boat. At this point, the rope will also be slack and free of any line tension.
Once you’ve cut out and come off your edge, pull the handle with two hands toward you. Then take your back hand off the handle and begin to reach around your body for the handle. Your back arm should go to the small of your back, and your front hand should meet your back hand to pass the handle. As soon as you have the handle in your back hand at the small of your back, take your front hand off of the handle and grab onto the wrap handle. When riding around wrapped you should have 80 percent of the line tension in the front hand on the wrap handle and the rest in your back hand.