The indy glide is a great way to take your standard Raley and put a little extra on it for style points. Chad Sharpe’s got one of the best glides in the business, so let him show you how to dial in your indy glide with this video instructional, and take it to blind when […]
Indy TS/FS 1801. Try to load the tail of the board on this move so you can get used to leaving the wake with a tight line. This will help you progress toward batwings and off-axis spins. Do this by keeping the approach short and the edge strong. 2. The hardest part of this move […]
Indy HS/BS 3601. Once you have indy backside airs down, this move will seem fairly easy. Commit to the backside 180 and then just move your hips one more time on the landing by moving the handle across your body and away from the wake. Switch TS/FS 180s will help you for the landing on […]
Indy1. This is usually the first grab you will learn. Make sure you don’t reach down or bend over for the grab. Bring the board up to you by pulling your knees toward your chest. 2. Reaching toward your front foot will help get your arm between your legs for the grab. Reaching straight down […]
Indy is the most basic and most utilized grab in wakeboarding today. That is not to say indy is played out, on the contrary, a well-executed Indy is a staple of wakeboarding that never loses its appeal. A legitimate indy can still be impressive and full of character, a creative interpretation of this grab is […]
Toeside blind spins are probably the hardest spins you can do on a wakeboard. The main reason is that on spins you usually try to use the handle to initiate rotation; but in this case, you’ve almost gone past the point of the handle being able to help you. To compensate, you have to really […]
Rider: Bubba HendersonLevel: BeginnerBack hand, in between feet, grabbing the toe edge. Bubba’s foot is appropriately hiding the grab here because he has neatly poked his front foot out to tuck his hand in tight.