Balance your weight going up the wake
To get an even pop through your body at the wake, you need to have equal weight on both feet. To accomplish this, bend your knees evenly and keep your shoulders square to the horizon. Think about how you jump on a trampoline — proper position at the wake is very close to that.
Josh Palma On Balancing Your Weight At The Wake
— “I focus on keeping my hips in a level, upright position, which helps max out vertical pop and keeps me in control as I leave the wake.”
— “Although I get fairly inverted on this heelide melon 3, I leave the wake with my hips up and my weight evenly distributed, much like I would on a basic heelside air.”