Maintain your direction — not the boat’s
Too often, riders try to take on the boat’s direction when landing rather than continuing in the direction they initiated at the first wake. This is especially true on toeside tricks. If you find yourself slipping out on landings, it’s a good sign you’re pointing the board in the wrong direction. In order for your fins to lock you into your landing, you need to line them up with your direction of momentum. Do this and you’ll give the end of every trick a smooth look and feel.
Shaun Murray On Maintaining Direction
— “Looking where you want to go — instead of staring at your landing — will help you maintain your
— “Your direction into the first wake is the same direction you should ride away from the seond wake.”
— “Keep two hands on the handle through at least the peak of the wake. When you do let go with one hand, keep the handle close to your lead hip.”